help\ out


help\ out
1. I
when my mother was in granny helped out когда мама заболела, нас выручала /нам помогала/ бабушка
2. III
1) help smb. out he did not say a word to help me out он не сказал ни слова, чтобы выручить меня /чтобы помочь мне выйти из затруднительного положения/
2) help out smth. /smth. out/ she helped out the soup она разлила /раздала/ суп; she helped out the meat она разложила мясо по тарелкам
3. XXI1
help smb. out with smth. he helped me out with money many times он много раз выручал меня деньгами

English-Russian dictionary of verb phrases. 2013.

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