aid

listen to the pronunciation of aid
Englisch - Türkisch
yardım

Mikroplar sadece bir mikroskop yardımıyla görülebilir. - Germs can only be seen with the aid of a microscope.

Japonya'nın dış yardımları yurttaki ekonomik yavaşlamadan dolayı kısmen azalıyor. - Japan's foreign aid is decreasing in part because of an economic slowdown at home.

yardım etmek

Aids'li insanlara yardım etmek amacıyla para toplamak için şarkıcılar birlikte şarkı söylediler. - The singers sang together in order to raise money to help people with AIDS.

{f} yardımcı olmak

Adam boğulan kadına yardımcı olmak için daldı. - The man dived to the drowning woman's aid.

{f} yardım et

Onun bize yardım etmeye gelmesini istiyorum. - I expect him to come to our aid.

Gelişmiş ülkeler, gelişmekte olan ülkelere yardım etmeliler. - Advanced countries must give aid to developing countries.

{i} destek

Sevgili bir arkadaşım tarafından desteklendim. - I was aided by a dear friend.

Onu kendi işinde destekledik. - We aided him in his business.

yardımcı

Biz ona parayla yardımcı olduk. - We aided him with money.

Esperanto yabancı dil öğretimi için bir yardımcıdır. - Esperanto is an aid for teaching foreign languages.

kömek
el uzatmak
{i} alet
iane vermek
{i} aygıt
f yardım etmek
first aid ilk yardım
{i} çare
{i} yardım,yardım
medet
yardim etmek
yardımın
aid and abet
suçortaklığı yapmak
aid station
yardım merkezi
aid agency
yardım kuruluşu
aid and abate
Yardım ve yataklık etmek
aid campaign
yardım kampanyası
aid in
yardım
aid in kind
aynı yardım
aid of
yardım
aid to
yardım
aid worker
yardım görevlisi
aid and abet
suç ortaklığı yapmak
aid and abet
yardakçılık etmek
aid battery
cihazı için pil
aid de camp
yaver
aid de camp
emir subayı
aid man
(Askeri) Sıhhiye eri
aid man
(Askeri) SIHHİYE ERİ; SIHHİYE: Ordu Sağlık Teşkilatından olup, bölük, batarya, takım, kıta vesaire emrine verilmiş er. Emrine verildiği birlik dahilinde, verilecek emre göre, erlerin acil tıbbi tedavisini ve diğer sıhhi görevleri sağlar
aid policy
(Politika, Siyaset) yardım politikası
aid station
yardım istasyonu,yardım merkezi
aid station
(Askeri) TIBBİ YARDIM İSTASYONU: Hasta ve yaralıların acil tedavilerinin, tasniflerinin, tahliye zinciri içinde müteakip üst kademeye tahliyelerinin, bir sağlık subayı nezaretinde yapıldığı en ileri tıbbi tedavi tesisi. Buna "dressing station" de denir
ear aid
İşitme cihazı
development aid
(Politika, Siyaset) kalkınma yardımı
employment aid
(Politika, Siyaset) istihdam yardımı
external aid
(Politika, Siyaset) dış yardım
financial aid
finansal yardım
financial aid
(Ticaret) parasal yardım
food aid
(Politika, Siyaset) gıda yardımı
legal aid
(Kanun) adli müzaheret
legal aid
(Kanun) müzaheret
navigation aid
(Askeri) seyrüsefer yardımcısı
receive aid
yardım almak
sales aid
(Ticaret) satışa yardımcı
social aid
sosyal yardımlaşma
supply aid
yardım sağlamak
aids
aıds

Yalnızca her birey ona karşı harekete geçmeye karar verirse, AIDS durdurulabilir. - AIDS can be stopped only if every person decides to take action against it.

Yakın gelecekte, AIDS'e son verebileceğiz. - In the near future, we will be able to put an end to AIDS.

conditional military aid
şartlı askeri yardım
dicarboxylic aid
dikarbosilik asit
economic aid
iktisadi yardım
economic aid
ekonomik yardım
farm aid
tarımsal yardım
financial aid
mali yardım
financial aid
finans yardımı
first aid
ilk yardım

Ona ilk yardımda bulunabilir misiniz? - Can you give him first aid?

İlk yardım hakkında ne bilirsiniz? - What do you know about first aid?

first aid kit
ilkyardım çantası
first aid station
ilkyardım istasyonu
foreign aid
dış yardım
grant in aid
yardım bağışı
grant-in-aid
ödenek
grant-in-aid
devlet yardımı
hearing aid
işitme yardımı
hearing aid
kulaklık
hearing aid
işitme cihazı

Tom, sizin işitme cihazınızı kaybettiğiniz söyleniyor. Hayır! Meksika yemeklerini sevmiyorum. - Tom, it's said you've lost your hearing aid. Nope! I don't like Mexican food.

Tom işitme cihazı olmadan neredeyse duyamıyor. - Tom can hardly hear without his hearing aid.

interim aid
geçici yardım
landing aid
iniş yardımcısı
landing aid
iniş yardımı
legal aid
verginsiz avukat sağlama
mutual aid
karşılıklı yardım
navigational aid
seyir yardımcısı
reciprocal aid
karşılıklı yardım
band aid
bant yardımı
first aid guide
ilk yardım rehberi
first aid kid
ilk yardım kid
first aid kit
ilk yardım çantası
first aid kit
İlk yardım seti, ilk yardım çantası
first aid wall charts
ilk yardım ile ilgili açıklayıcı bilgi ve resimler içeren afişler
first-aid box
İLK YARDıM çANTASı, İLK YARDıM KUTUSU: İçinde ilk yardım için kullanılacak sargı, temizleme maddeleri ve diğer teçhizat bulunan, küçük çanta veya kutu
first-aid kit
İLK YARDıM çANTASı, İLK YARDıM KUTUSU: İçinde ilk yardım için kullanılacak sargı, temizleme maddeleri ve diğer teçhizat bulunan, küçük çanta veya kutu
grant in aid
yardım baışı
humanitarian aid
İnsani yardım
instruction aid
eğitim yardımı
job aid
iş yardımı
job-aid
iş yardımı
kool aid
kool yardım
learning aid
yardım öğrenme
legal aid office
adlı yardım bürosu
live aid
Canlı yardım
medical aid
tıbbi yardım
pleaded for aid
yardım için yalvardı
rinse aid
(Bulaşık makinesi) Parlatıcı
shouted out so as to receive aid
şekilde yardım almak için bağırdı
teaching aid
eğitim yardımı
to aid and abet
yardım etmek ve özendirmek
training aid
eğitim yardımı
typing aid key
yardım anahtar yazarak
AiDS
i., tıb. AiDS
Aids
Aids
Aids
i., tıb., bak. AIDS
aids
yardımlar
Türkisch - Türkisch
Ortaçağ Avrupa'sında toplanan bir vergi
Bir hastayı ziyaret eden
AİD
(Osmanlı Dönemi) Hastayı ziyaret eden
AİD
(Osmanlı Dönemi) Geri gelen, dönen. Râci. Dâir
AİD
(Osmanlı Dönemi) Bir kimse veya bir şeyle ilgili olan
Englisch - Englisch
The person who promotes or helps in something being done; a helper; an assistant
A pecuniary tribute paid by a vassal to his feudal lord on special occasions
A historical subsidy granted to the crown by Parliament for an extraordinary purpose, such as a war effort
An aide-de-camp, so called by abbreviation
An exchequer loan
Help assistance; succor, relief
To (give) support (to); to further the progress of; to help; to assist
Something which helps; a material source of help

The incompetent general's brilliant aid often made priceless suggestions.

{n} help support, subsidy, a helper
{v} to help, assist, succor, support, relieve
the work of caring for or attending to someone or something; "no medical care was required"; "the old car needed constant attention"
Artificial Insemination Donor
give help or assistance; be of service; "Everyone helped out during the earthquake"; "Can you help me carry this table?"; "She never helps around the house"
A device, for example, a walking frame, which assists someone to carry out daily living activities which they would otherwise only be able to do with difficulty or not at all
United States Agency for International Development
Application Identifier: the unique code associated with a card application, which allows the terminal to select a suitable application within the card for a given operation
Agency for International Development (GNR)
money given to developing countries by richer ones
improve the condition of; "These pills will help the patient"
Agency for International Development, an agency within the Department of State which carries out U S programs of technical and economic assistance to less-developed countries AID's programs place emphasis on agriculture, health, and education AID denotes the Washington, DC, offices and USAID denotes the AID offices located in foreign countries KCCO supplies most of the food-aid commodities utilized in programs under AID's jurisdiction
money or resources given or lent on favourable terms to developing countries
Aircraft Identifier; Aircraft Identification
Any signal given to a horse to prompt it to turn, change gaits, or perform some other maneuver See natural aids
Application Identifier: the unique code associated with a smart card application, which allows the terminal to select a suitable application within the card for a given operation
help, as in: He rushed to the aid of the victim with no thought for his own safety
money and resources which people and governments in richer countries give or loan to people and governments in poorer countries
help provided, usually quickly, in large units and without consideration of institutional strengthening or capacity-building aspects (e g emergency food aid) (see also: Technical Assistance)
Access identifier The AID [article 331] in a TL1 message uniquely identifies the entity to be acted upon by the input message to the NE
The flow of finance and capital resources from developing to developed and underdeveloped economies (nations or regions)
The words "aid" and "assistance" refer to flows which qualify as Official Development Assistance (ODA) or Official Aid (OA)
– 1 under the feudal system: a pecuniary contribution by a feudal vassal to his lord (limited by Magna Carta to three special occasions as listed in Article 12) [Articles 12, 14, 15]
Internationally, this refers to net flows of official development assistance ('oda' for countries on Part I of the DAC list) and official assistance ('oa' for countries on Part II of the DAC list) In Britain, it describes gross flows of public expenditure on overseas aid, which includes flows under the aid programme, and self-financed net investment by the Commonwealth Development Corporation, and flows from other government departments for development
Automatic Incident Detection
Access IDentifier
Agency for International Development
To aid a country, organization, or person means to provide them with money, equipment, or services that they need. US efforts to aid Kurdish refugees. + -aided -aided grant-aided factories. state-aided schools
To support; to give support to; to further the progress of; to help; to assist
A pecuniary tribute paid by a vassal to his lord on special occasions
A subsidy granted to the king by Parliament; also, an exchequer loan
If something aids a process, it makes it easier or more likely to happen. The export sector will aid the economic recovery Calcium may aid in the prevention of colon cancer. see also Band-Aid, first aid, hearing aid, legal aid
If you perform a task with the aid of something, you need or use that thing to perform that task. He succeeded with the aid of a completely new method he discovered = help
{i} help; assistance; accessory
the activity of contributing to the fulfillment of a need or furtherance of an effort or purpose; "he gave me an assist with the housework"; "could not walk without assistance"; "rescue party went to their aid"; "offered his help in unloading"
a resource; "visual aids in teaching"; "economic assistance to depressed areas"
An activity or event in aid of a particular cause or charity is intended to raise money for that cause or charity. a charity performance in aid of Great Ormond Street Children's Hospital
To support, either by furnishing strength or means in coöperation to effect a purpose, or to prevent or to remove evil; to help; to assist
An aid-de-camp, so called by abbreviation; as, a general's aid
The person or thing that promotes or helps in something done; a helper; an assistant
A historical subsidy granted to the crown by Parliament for an extraodinary purpose; also, an exchequer loan
a gift of money to support a worthy person or cause
To aid someone means to help or assist them. a software system to aid managers in advanced decision-making The hunt for her killer will continue, with police aided by the army and air force. = help, assist Aid is also a noun. He was forced to turn for aid to his former enemy. = assistance
Aid is money, equipment, or services that are provided for people, countries, or organizations who need them but cannot provide them for themselves. regular flights carrying humanitarian aid to Cambodia They have already pledged billions of dollars in aid. food aid convoys
An aid is an object, device, or technique that makes something easier to do. The book is an invaluable aid to teachers of literature
If you come or go to someone's aid, you try to help them when they are in danger or difficulty. the abbreviation of the Agency for International Development
Help; succor; assistance; relief
{f} help; assist
An aide-de-camp, so called by abbreviation; as, a generals aid
aidance
aid and abet
to be accomplice to someone in an illegal act

A bank employee was also accused of aiding and abetting the gang of robbers.

aid climbing
a type of rock climbing characterized by using equipment to make upward progress, as opposed to using the equipment solely for safety or for belays
aid and abet
Help, assist, or facilitate the commission of a crime, promote the accomplishment thereof, help in advancing or bringing it about, or encourage, counsel, or incite as to its commission It comprehends all assistance rendered by words, acts, encouragement, support, or presence, actual or constructive, to render assistance, if necessary
aid and abet
To actively, knowingly or intentionally assist another person in the commission or attempted commission of a crime
aid and abet
To actively, knowingly, or intentionally assist another person in the commission or attempted commission of a crime
aid and abet
To actively, knowingly, intentionally, or purposefully facilitate or assist another individual in the commission or attempted commission of a crime
aid and abet
help someone commit a crime; assist someone
aid worker
someone who works for an organization that brings food and other supplies to people in danger from wars, floods etc
Aids
Alternative capitalization of AIDS. acquired immune deficiency syndrome
Gift Aid
A policy that enables charities to reclaim the income tax on donations from taxpayers
Kool-Aid
A soft drink made with artificial flavors
adenylic aid
adenosine monophosphate (AMP)
aiding
Present participle of to aid
band-aid
To apply an adhesive bandage

As a school nurse, Pat was used to bandaiding lots of scraped knees and elbows.

band-aid
An adhesive bandage, a small piece of fabric or plastic that may be stuck to the skin in order to temporarily cover a small wound
band-aid
To apply a makeshift fix; to jury-rig

Rather than fix the code, we just band-aided the problem by hiding the error message.

band-aid
A temporary or makeshift solution to a problem, created ad hoc (often used with a negative connotation of a lack of foresight)

It was another of those political band-aids patted over a minor sore.

buoyancy aid
A waterproof device in the form of a jacket, which stops one from sinking in water
drink the Kool-Aid
To participate blindly and eagerly in something considered inferior or harmful

Then we better not drink the Kool-Aid. Have you been drinking the Kool-Aid, Robert?.

first aid
Basic medical care given to a an injury victim, usually where the injury is slight or where better care is not available
first aid kit
: A standard collection of first aid supplies for treatment of minor injuries or stabilization of major injuries
first aid kits
Plural of first aid kit
first-aid
Of, or pertaining to, first aid
first-aid box
A box containing first aid and medical supplies
first-aid boxes
plural form of first-aid box
grant-in-aid
The giving of national funds to subsidize a local or regional project
grant-in-aid
Providing funds to an institution (such as a school) or person to subsidize a specific project or activity, such as a scholarship
hearing aid
A device used to help the hard of hearing to hear sounds
in aid of
for; for the sake of - usually placed at the end of a question when quizzing a person about why they have done something

This table gets stained by cups very easily.

in aid to this fact
In addition to; and futhermore

In aid to this fact, the man was also seen by six reliable witnesses!.

job aid
A sign, worksheet or other object which includes diagrams or a brief summary of instructions, such as a checklist. Designed to reduce avoidable mistakes by helping a person remember what to do, or be sure that they have completed all steps required. Frequently used to support or replace ((training)). Often developed and tested during ((instructional design))
legal aid
Free or low-cost service in the field of law, for the indigent
marital aid
A sex toy
pray in aid
To ask for the help of (someone or something) in pleading a case; to make use of, adduce (something) in defence of a case, argument etc

Other, smaller craters in the North Sea and Ukraine have been prayed in aid of this theory.

pray in aid
To resort to the help (of); to call on the support (of), especially to help prove an argument
sex aid
any object or device that is primarily used in facilitating human sexual pleasure
Band-Aid
Band-Aid is a brand name for Johnson & Johnson's line of adhesive bandages and related products. It has also become a genericized trademark for any adhesive bandage in Australia, Brazil, Canada, India and the United States
first aid kit
Kit consisting of a set of bandages and medicines for giving first aid
first-aid box
A first aid box is a collection of supplies and equipment for use in giving first aid, particularly in a medical emergency. Most first aid kits contain bandages for controlling bleeding, personal protective equipment such as gloves and a breathing barrier for performing rescue breathing and CPR (cardiopulmonary resuscitation), and sometimes instructions on how to perform first aid
first-aid kit
A first aid kit is a collection of supplies and equipment for use in giving first aid, particularly in a medical emergency. Most first aid kits contain bandages for controlling bleeding, personal protective equipment such as gloves and a breathing barrier for performing rescue breathing and CPR (cardiopulmonary resuscitation), and sometimes instructions on how to perform first aid
Aids
{i} incurable disease characterized by a deterioration of the immune system and susceptibility to a number of infections and cancers (caused by the HIV virus)
aided
Simple past and past participle of to aid
aided
{s} helped by
aided
having help; often used as a combining form
aids
a serious (often fatal) disease of the immune system transmitted through blood products especially by sexual contact or contaminated needles
aids
Third-person singular simple present of to aid
aids
Plural of aid
Türkisch - Englisch

Definition von aid im Türkisch Englisch wörterbuch

aids
acquired immune deficiency syndrome
Aids
Aids
aİds
AIDS
aid
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