English version

give (somebody) a hand

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishgive (somebody) a handgive (somebody) a handspokenHELP to help someone do something Can you give me a hand?give (somebody) a hand with Shall I give you a hand with that bag? give
Examples from the Corpus
give (somebody) a handAfter George had left his basket at home he gave Willie a hand.Léonie said to Rose: I'd like to give you a hand.Please, man, give me a hand!I gave her hand a quick, cautious squeeze.It shows that some one out there is thinking of us, and giving us a hand along in the world.Even so, some one would usually give me a hand or watch, with amusement, from the corners of their eyes.I gave her a hand packing up her clothes and stuff.
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