help down

help (someone) down (from something)

To aid someone in descending something. Can you help Katie down from the ladder? She got scared after climbing all the way to the top. Please help Grandma down the steps.
See also: down, help

help someone down (from something)

to help someone climb down from something. Sharon helped the boy down from the horse. Elaine helped the children down.
See also: down, help
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I shall be surprised if we don't get some help down there."
This event will help down Coun Roughly translated as 'Festival of Breaking the Fast',' Eid al-Fitr is a key date in the Islamic calendar.
Les mentions Wellington Bank, which no doubt gave the City of Truro an extra push to its record run, but I think that A4 Pacific Mallard may have had some help down Byfleet Bank when breaking the world speed record at 126mph.
Forfar gaffer Jim Weir almost hooked Dylan Easton before the midfielder netted to help down title-chasing Raith.
ANDY ROBERTSON Needed bit more help down the left where he was too often left exposed up against the pace of Moses.
And unless the 7-foot Greg Slaughter recovers from a sprain and returns to action, Ginebra looks doomed with the way SMB sizzled from the quarter courts in Game 1 with little help down low from Fajardo.
So the cat was handed over to Cats Protection Bridgend, which named her Mercedes and then appealed on our WEBSITEWALESONLINE and via social media for information which could help down the pet's owners.
The decision was immediately welcomed by Wales striker Sam Vokes, who scored a brilliant header to help down Belgium in the famous 3-1 quarter-final win.
The FAW decision was immediately welcomed by striker Sam Vokes, who scored a brilliant header to help down Belgium in the famous 3-1 quarter-final win.
The decision was welcomed by Wales striker Sam Vokes, who scored a brilliant header to help down Belgium in their 3-1 quarter-final win.
We are grateful to the many friends and also medical experts who sought to help down the years but ultimately this was an illness Charles could not conquer despite all the efforts he and others made.
The park director said helicopters can't land due to bad weather and the high altitude, but park rangers and mountain guides are trying to help down the climbers.
This would also help down the occupant elements who were occupying the sports organizations for their vested gains.
Mr Manning's aunt, Sharon Staples, told The Mail on Sunday that her sister Susan, 56, who suffers from speech difficulties following a stroke four years ago, pleaded for help down the phone, sobbing: "They're here, they're here."
Sepancy thinks this will help down the purchase barrier.
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