help (someone) off

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help (someone) off

1. To help someone to alight from something. I took the elderly woman's hand and helped her off the train.
2. To help someone to remove an item or article of clothing. We stepped into the restaurant, and I helped my date off with her coat.
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help someone off (of) something

to help someone get off something. (Of is usually retained before pronouns.) Please help me off this horse! Do help him off of it!
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help (someone) off

To assist (someone) in taking off a piece of clothing: Help me off with these boots.
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"We have got some good players up front but I'd like to add some more physical presence to help us off the bench by signing a forward in the January window."
"The fire brigade had to come down and help us off. They were shining their lights for us and everything.
At no stage did I hear any voice of reason coming from Hall Green nor did anyone from Hall Green come to help us off the pitch.
"We feel that it will help us off the field, not only by attracting better players but also sponsors and more supporters.
"However, we're focused on getting the win for Scotland that will help us off the mark.
And the cash would help us off the pitch, too, enabling us to help other people behind the scenes.