English version

helpmate

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishhelpmatehelp‧mate /ˈhelpmeɪt/ (also helpmeet /-miːt/) noun [countable] 🔊 🔊 literaryALMARRY a helpful partner, usually a wife
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helpmateAs for Jamie, he saw her as nothing but a helpmate for Katherine and a nursemaid for Patrick.The modern wife is considered more of an equal partner and helpmate than a chattel or a housekeeper.And these wives are largely locked into a role of helpmate and lead supporter for their husband-the-diplomat.What about John Noakes and indeed his trusty helpmate Shep?
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