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to lend sb a hand

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  • lend someone a hand — lend (someone) a hand to help someone do something, especially something that involves physical effort. Could you lend me a hand with these books? He s always willing to lend a hand in the kitchen …   New idioms dictionary

  • lend a helping hand — lend a (helping) hand ► to do something that helps a company or person: »The Federal Reserve is expected to lend a hand by continuing to cut interest rates forcefully. Main Entry: ↑lend …   Financial and business terms

  • lend a helping hand — lend a (helping) hand to help do something. Jay expected his children to lend a hand where they were needed …   New idioms dictionary

  • lend somebody a hand with something — lend (sb) a (helping) ˈhand (with sth) idiom (informal) to help sb with sth • I went over to see if I could lend a hand. Main entry: ↑lendidiom …   Useful english dictionary

  • lend somebody a hand — lend (sb) a (helping) ˈhand (with sth) idiom (informal) to help sb with sth • I went over to see if I could lend a hand. Main entry: ↑lendidiom …   Useful english dictionary

  • lend a helping hand with something — lend (sb) a (helping) ˈhand (with sth) idiom (informal) to help sb with sth • I went over to see if I could lend a hand. Main entry: ↑lendidiom …   Useful english dictionary

  • lend a helping hand — verb Assist or facilitate (in some endeavour) …   Wiktionary

  • lend a helping hand — …   Useful english dictionary

  • lend — [ lend ] (past tense and past participle lent [ lent ] ) verb ** 1. ) transitive to give someone something for a short time, expecting that they will give it back to you later. If you lend someone something, they borrow it from you: The local… …   Usage of the words and phrases in modern English

  • lend — W3S3 [lend] v past tense and past participle lent [lent] [: Old English; Origin: lAnan, from lAn; LOAN1] 1.) a) [T] to let someone borrow money or something that belongs to you for a short time →↑borrow lend sth to sb ▪ I lent my CD p …   Dictionary of contemporary English

  • lend a hand — lend (someone) a hand to help someone do something, especially something that involves physical effort. Could you lend me a hand with these books? He s always willing to lend a hand in the kitchen …   New idioms dictionary

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