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helper in Occupations topic

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishhelperhelp‧er /ˈhelpə $ -ər/ ●○○ noun [countable]  1 HELPsomeone who helps another person syn assistant I was a classroom helper at the local primary school.2 American EnglishBODH someone who is employed to do some of the work in someone else’s home
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helperHelpers are needed to run the book stall and man the bar.Not student, not child, but helper or assistant.In the meantime we had somehow collected another half-dozen helpers.They instruct helpers where to point the ramp.All Lourdes helpers and friends welcome.Senior citizens groups may also provide an untapped fund of skilled helpers.We have three student helpers in the office this semester.The majority of these helpers are young males.Ella works at the hospital once a week as a voluntary helper.Non-horsy spouses and relatives can be trained for this role, but they must be willing helpers!