help (someone) in
1. To aid someone in entering some thing or place. Help Grandma in, will you? She sometimes struggles with those steep steps.
2. To aid someone in some pursuit or action (named after "in"). Can you help me in finishing this application? I'm not sure what to write here. I'm sure someone helped him in his attempt to burglarize our house.
Farlex Dictionary of Idioms. © 2015 Farlex, Inc, all rights reserved.
help someone in (to something)
to help someone get into something. I will help my grandfather into the car. We all had to help him in.
help someone in something
to help someone with some task; to help someone in the doing of something. Please help me in my efforts to win the contest. Will you help me in my reelection?
McGraw-Hill Dictionary of American Idioms and Phrasal Verbs. © 2002 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.
- help (someone) in
- help (someone) into (something)
- the cards are stacked in (someone's or something's) favor
- the cards are stacked in favor of (someone or something)
- the cards/odds are stacked in favour of somebody/something
- the odds are stacked in (someone's or something's) favor
- the odds are stacked in favor of (someone or something)
- help with
- help (someone) along
- help along