help with (someone or something)

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help with (someone or something)

To aid someone or something in managing or handling someone or something else. A noun or pronoun can be used between "help" and "with." Any chance you can help your brother with his math homework tonight? Your mother helped me with the baby so I could finally get some sleep. Your mother is coming to help with the baby so I can finally get some sleep.
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help someone or something with someone or something

to give aid to someone or something in dealing with someone or something. Please help your father with your little sister. I helped the committee with the problem.
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