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  • Info In international relations, aid (also known as international aid, overseas aid, or foreign aid) is - from the perspective of governments - a voluntary transfer of resources from one country to another.
  • They are today often broadcast on television and used as a teaching aid.
  • The policy on foreign aid is an independent area of German foreign policy.
  • A large amount of need-based aid is also available.
  • If one were attacked, the king would come to his aid.
  • Twelve more were killed, many of them as they attempted to aid the fallen.
  • Some of her most significant aid came from women.
  • The United Nations provided major aid due to the high level of damage caused.
  • In legal matters, Alexander did much to aid the rights of his soldiers.
  • It is said that his mother gave him aid while he was hiding in the forest.
  • Large-scale foreign aid during and after the war brought American standards to Europe.
  • After that was done the king returned swiftly to aid the rest of his army.
  • The rest became part of the public school system and were either aided or maintained.
  • A large part of the economic activity of the country is funded by international aid.
  • Legal aid was established, with offices in each state capital.
  • They also appeared nine days later at the Live Aid concert.
  • These attributes serve to aid the student in his/her independent learning.
  • Design can also aid in selling a product or idea through effective visual communication.
  • Financial aid is offered on the basis of both need and merit.
  • The British announced they would come to the aid of Poland if it was attacked.
  • In house finding aids are available for other parts of the collection.
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Meaning of aid

  • noun A resource
    visual aids in teaching
  • noun The activity of contributing to the fulfillment of a need or furtherance of an effort or purpose
    he gave me an assist with the housework, could not walk without assistance, rescue party went to their aid, offered his help in unloading
  • noun Money to support a worthy person or cause