come to (one's) aid

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come to (one's) aid

To provide assistance, support, or rescue to one. Thank goodness the Coast Guard came to my aid, or I might have drowned out there. We were in serious financial trouble until Susan's mother came to our aid and helped us with some of our debt.
See also: aid, come, to
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Presenting their petition to the Ashanti Regional Minister, the leader of the protesters, Mr Stephen Owusu, appealed to President Akufo-Addo to come to their aid, since their monies are locked up.
According to the aggrieved students, they cannot afford this amount, calling on government and other well-meaning citizens of Bong County to come to their aid.
'So, when this happens, we felt we should come to their aids to cushion the effect of these affected children.