What is difference between "help" and "help out"? Could anyoune tell me the difference between two verbs and give me some examples of using them?
May 4, 2016 5:53 AM
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help help/Submit verb 1. make it easier for (someone) to do something by offering one's services or resources. "Roger's companion helped him with the rent" synonyms: assist, aid, lend a (helping) hand to, give assistance to, come to the aid of; More 2. serve someone with (food or drink). "she helped herself to a cookie" noun 1. the action of helping someone to do something; assistance. "I asked for help from my neighbors" synonyms: assistance, aid, a helping hand, support, succor, advice, guidance; More exclamation 1. used as an appeal for urgent assistance. "Help! I'm drowning!" synonyms: SOS, mayday "we heard the faint cries of "Help!" in the distance" help (someone) out. — phrasal verb with help /help/ verb. › to help someone, especially by giving him or her money or doing work for him or her: Sophia has been helping out in the store this week. Translations of “help (someone) out”
May 4, 2016
The meanings are the same. "out" adds a sense of informality and willingness. "I'll help you out if you run into trouble."
May 4, 2016
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