assist with

phr verb
Assist with is used with these nouns as the object: ↑enquiry

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  • Assist (Scientology) — In Scientology, the Assist is described as a process which is done to alleviate a present time discomfort . [http://www.scientologyhandbook.org/SH6 1.HTM] Despite the use of assists to treat pain and injuries, the Scientology Handbook (1994… …   Wikipedia

  • assist — I n. (colloq.) with an assist from II v. 1) (D; intr., tr.) to assist at, in, with (the young nurse was assisting at her first operation; to assist in the preparation of a report; to assist with the editing of a manuscript) 2) (formal, rare) (H)… …   Combinatory dictionary

  • assist — verb ADVERB ▪ greatly, materially (esp. AmE) ▪ We have been greatly assisted by individuals and organizations. ▪ ably ▪ She was ably assisted by a team of volunteers. ▪ …   Collocations dictionary

  • assist — v 1. help, aid, bestead, accommodate, oblige, abet, befriend; contribute, join in, Inf. pitch in, Inf. chip in, lend a hand, lend onself to, play or do one s part, boost, give a boost to, give a lift to; (all usu. negative) lift a finger, lift a… …   A Note on the Style of the synonym finder

  • ASSIST (organization) — ASSIST is a non profit organization with tax exempt status incorporated in the state of Vermont. To promote mutual understanding, cultural interchange and a more peaceful world, ASSIST provides opportunities for outstanding international students …   Wikipedia

  • assist — UK US /əˈsɪst/ verb ► [I or T] to help somebody or help with something: assist (sb) with sth »The coordinator will assist the director with all aspects of event planning. assist (sb) in doing sth »The prospectus provides detailed information that …   Financial and business terms

  • assist the police with their inquiries — ► an expression that is used to refer to the fact that someone has been taken to a police station to be asked questions about a crime, but that they have not yet been accused of the crime: »Two men have been detained in connection with the… …   Financial and business terms

  • assist — I verb abet, accommodate, act as assistant to, administer to, afford aid, aid, auxiliari, back, be of help, be of use, come to the aid of, cooperate with, do a service, endorse, foster, furnish aid, further, give a hand, give aid, give support,… …   Law dictionary

  • assist — [n] help abetment, aid, assistance, backing, benefit, boost, collaboration, comfort, compensation, cooperation, facilitation, furtherance, hand, helping hand, lift, reinforcement, relief, service, support; concept 110 Ant. hindrance, hurt, stop,… …   New thesaurus

  • assist — has the same meaning as help, and shares the same grammatical constructions. In many contexts the two words are interchangeable, but help is usually preferable, assist being, in Fowler s term (1926), a ‘genteelism’ to be avoided. However, assist… …   Modern English usage

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