lend somebody a helping hand


lend somebody a helping 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.

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  • 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

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