help down

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.
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 decision was welcomed by Wales striker Sam Vokes, who scored a brilliant header to help down Belgium in their 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.
5 JAMES MILNER Couldn't be faulted for effort and gave Brad Smith help down the left flank, but was stymied, like many, by a lack of quality.
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.
But he turned on the style to help down Reading in the FA Cup on Monday night, with a goal and an assist earning United a 2-1 win and a quarter-final showdown with either Chelsea or Middlesbrough.
This would also help down the occupant elements who were occupying the sports organizations for their vested gains.
That never guarantees success, but the confidence I took away from this tournament will help down the stretch.
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.
He tore the cornea in the process and, though I tried to ignore the pain, it was not long before I was seeking help down at the American Mission Hospital and emerged a half hour later, complete with patch.