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assist
Definition:
Automatic System for Surface Inspection and Sorting of Tiles

Synonyms:

noun
act
aid, assist, assistance, help.
aid
ministration, ministrations, co-operation, ministries, leg up, co-operations, shot in the arm.
assist
aid, assistance, attend, attend to, help, serve, wait on.
help
abetment, aid, assistance, backing, benefit, boost, collaboration, comfort, compensation, cooperation, facilitation, furtherance, hand, helping hand, lift, reinforcement, relief, service, support, study athelp.
support
support, moral support.
verb
aid
abet, aid, attend, benefit, encourage, endow, facilitate, foster, fund, help, minister, mother, motivate, relieve, serve, support, sustain, tend.
assist
avail, back, favor, succor, uphold.
benefit
advance, better, contribute, do good, further.
facilitate
ease, expedite, promote, simplify.
give
allot, allow, ascribe, assign, attribute, award, bequeath, bestow, consign, deliver, devote, disburse, dispense, dole, donate, expend, extend, furnish, give, grant, impart, lavish, lend, offer, pay, pledge, present, provide, ration, render, send, share, shower, submit, supply, tender.
help
abet, back, bail out, collaborate, cooperate, expedite, facilitate, further, go for, go with, hype, plug, puff, push, reinforce, relieve, serve, stump, sustain, thump, do for, lend a hand, stand up for, root for, take care of, give a leg up, go to bat for, grease the wheels, open doors, give a boost, give a lift, go down the line for, make a pitch for, put on the map, run interference for, work for, work with.
mediate
adjudicate, arbitrate, compromise, conciliate, intercede, intervene, mediate, negotiate, parley, reconcile.
rescue
emancipate, extricate, rescue, save.
serve
work.
social
assist.
Examples of usage:
  1. " When I am quite sure I can do nothing more to assist you," he answered. – Man and Wife by Wilkie Collins
  2. I don't mind work- I want to do something to assist father and mother; but I don't want to be any one's servant. – The Garies and Their Friends by Frank J. Webb
  3. I am going to assist a favorite servant. – Lady Audley's Secret by Mary Elizabeth Braddon
  4. Can't I assist you? – The Portion of Labor by Mary E. Wilkins Freeman
  5. You will be near to your family here in the cottage, and be able to protect them and assist them; and what is more, you will mix with the world and know what is going on, as I am in the confidence of the government. – The Children of the New Forest by Captain Marryat

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