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to help (out): to assist, to aid, to lend a hand, to support
Could you help me to choose a tie? I need your advice.
to help someone out To assist someone

(I need) help!: (I need) assistance, aid, support, advice!
Could I be of any help to you? Could I offer you some assistance?

helpful: useful, beneficial, practical, constructive
This information isn't very helpful, what else can you tell me?


  • "We have to ask somebody for help!"
  • "Any suggestions to help me further dull my senses during the festivities are more than welcome."
  • "I want to thank you for your invaluable help over the last few weeks: Replacing the majority of our workforce with automatons and robots was no easy task, but your help in reducing our fragile, fleshy and weak human staff was done with ruthless, near robotic, efficiency."
  • "To help you achieve your goals, I need you to adopt some new habits."
  • "Though I'm deeply disturbed by your behavior, I am committed to helping you become a less disgusting human being through my life coaching."
  • "I need your help!"
  • "like helping people."
  • "Please help me."
  • "Congratulations on choosing Slick Brand Solutions to help repair your company's shattered reputation following your truly embarrassing nude photo leak."

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