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n. assistants 4
It’s this strange form that makes race walking such an attractive activity, however, says Jaclyn Norberg, an assistant professor of exercise science at Salem State University in Salem, Mass.
Would he take me on as a laboratory assistant?
Most magicians employ assistants.
v. 帮助；协助；援助；促进 n.（曲棍球等）助攻；（棒球等）助杀
assistants n. [管理] 助理，助教，店员；辅佐人（assistant的复数形式）
assistant n. 助手，助理，助教; adj. 辅助的，助理的；有帮助的;
assistant controller 财务总监助理
legislative assistant 法律助理
shop assistant 店员
secretarial assistant 秘书助理
assistant lawyer 律师助理
clerical assistant 文书；文书助理；助理文员
campaign assistant 竞选助理
assistant superintendent n. 车间副主任；助理监督
Assistants 助教; 助理;
manufacturing GM assistant 制造部总经理助理; 制造部经理助理;
purchasing clerk assistant 采购员助理
Customize tag assistant 定制标签助手
teaching g assistant 助教; 教学助手;
personal digital study assistant 个人数字学习助理
With chef’s assistants 帮厨们与我
laboratory assistant lab assistant 实验员
PAD personal digital assistant 个人数字助理
幫助的,輔助的n.助手,助教;輔助物On the Christmas the Christian’s assistant fisted Pistol Piston and twisted his wrist.在聖誕節,基督徒的助手拳擊了”手槍活塞”並扭了他的手腕.
1. a person who helps or supports sb, usually in their job
My assistant will now demonstrate the machine in action.
a senior research assistant
⇨ see also PDA , personal assistant , teaching assistant
2. (BrE) = shop assistant :
a sales assistant in a department store
3. (BrE) a student at university or college who spends time in a foreign country teaching his or her own language in a school
[only before noun] (abbr. Asst) (often in titles 常用于头衔) having a rank below a senior person and helping them in their work
the assistant manager
Assistant Chief Constable Owen
Assistant Attorney General William Weld
助理检察总长威廉 · 韦尔德
assistant1 /əˈsɪstənt/ ●●○ W3 adjective
assistant manager/director/cook etc someone whose job is just below the level of manager etc 经理/主任/厨师等助理
assistant2 ●●○ W3 noun [countable] 1 someone who helps someone else in their work, especially by doing the less important jobs 助手，助理，副手
a clerical assistant
2. British English a shop assistant 商店店员
→ personal assistant
1.ADJ 形容词（用于头衔或职务前，表示级别略低）助理的，副的 Assistant is used in front of titles or jobs to indicate a slightly lower rank. For example, an assistant director is one rank lower than a director in an organization.
…the Assistant Secretary of Defense.
…a young assistant professor at Harvard.
2.N-COUNT 可数名词助手;助理;副手 Someone’s assistant is a person who helps them in their work.
Kalan called his assistant, Hashim, to take over while he went out…
The salesman had been accompanied to the meeting by an assistant.
3.N-COUNT 可数名词店员；售货员 An assistant is a person who works in a shop selling things to customers.
The assistant took the book and checked the price on the back cover…
She got a job as a sales assistant selling handbags.
plural assistants [count] 1
: a person who helps someone
especially : a person whose job is to help another person to do work助手；助理
a magician’s assistant [=helper] 魔术师的助手
an assistant to the college president
an assistant to the store manager
a dental assistant [=a person whose job is to help a dentist] 牙医助理
a wealthy executive who has a personal assistant
— see also physician’s assistant
: a person whose job is to help the customers in a store营业员；售货员
She works as a sales assistant [=salesclerk] at Macy’s.
(Brit) a shop assistant
2 assistant /əˈsɪstənt/ adjective
always used before a noun
: having the job of helping someone to do work : having a lower rank or position than others in a group, organization, etc.助理的；辅助的
an assistant store manager
an assistant editor