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has gloss(noun) a person who contributes to the fulfillment of a need or furtherance of an effort or purpose; "my invaluable assistant"; "they hired additional help to finish the work"
helper, help, supporter, assistant
has glosseng: An assistant is a person (or by extension a device) that helps another person accomplish his goals. Assistants may be provided by one's employer to assist with work-related tasks. The wealthy or those with freelance businesses may hire personal assistants. There are also task-specific assistants available, such as those that help organize the home. In cases where the assistant is closely identified with the person they serve, the assistant may be known as a right-hand man or yes-man.
lexicalizationeng: assistant
lexicalizationeng: helper
lexicalizationeng: help
lexicalizationeng: supporter
subclass of(noun) a person who works at a specific occupation; "he is a good worker"
worker
has subclass(noun) an assistant to a dentist
dental assistant
has subclass(noun) an assistant with power to act when his superior is absent
deputy, lieutenant
has subclass(noun) a wardrobe assistant for an actor
dresser, actor's assistant
has subclass(noun) someone who plans social events as a profession (usually for government or corporate officials)
event planner
has subclass(noun) someone who makes progress easier
facilitator
has subclass(noun) a young girl who carries flowers in a (wedding) procession
flower girl
has subclass(noun) a female assistant who has a range of duties
girl Friday
has subclass(noun) one whose job it is to execute unpleasant tasks for a superior
hatchet man, enforcer
has subclass(noun) a person used by another to gain an end
instrument, pawn, cat's-paw
has subclass(noun) an assistant (often the father of the soon-to-be-born child) who provides support for a woman in labor by encouraging her to use techniques learned in childbirth-preparation classes
monitrice, birthing coach, doula, labor coach
has subclass(noun) an assistant or second-in-command to a chief (especially in a crime syndicate)
underboss
has subclass(noun) a woman who wears clothes to display fashions; "she was too fat to be a mannequin"
manakin, fashion model, mannequin, manikin, model, mannikin
has subclass(noun) a person who poses for a photographer or painter or sculptor; "the president didn't have time to be a model so the artist worked from photos"
poser, model
has subclass(noun) a trained worker who is not a member of a profession but who assists a professional
paraprofessional
has subclass(noun) someone who carries explosives (as from the magazine to the guns on board a warship)
powder monkey
has subclass(noun) someone who assists a performer by providing the next words of a forgotten speech
theater prompter, prompter
has subclass(noun) the most helpful assistant
right-hand man, chief assistant, man Friday
has subclass(noun) an assistant who handles correspondence and clerical work for a boss or an organization
secretary, secretarial assistant
has subclass(noun) (Church of England) an assistant to the churchwarden; collects offerings of money in the church
sidesman
has subclass(noun) an assistant subject to the authority or control of another
foot soldier, subordinate, underling, subsidiary
has subclass(noun) an assistant who supplies drinking water
waterer, water boy
has subclass(noun) huntsman's assistant in managing the hounds
whipper-in
has subclass(noun) an assistant to a bishop
coadjutor
has subclass(noun) a person who joins with another in carrying out some plan (especially an unethical or illegal plan)
accomplice, confederate
has subclass(noun) someone who acts as assistant
aide, auxiliary
has subclass(noun) someone who waits on or tends to or attends to the needs of another
tender, attendant, attender
has subclass(noun) (baseball) a boy who takes care of bats and other baseball equipment
bat boy
has subclasse/Assistant to the Quorum of the Twelve Apostles
has subclassc/Apple personal digital assistants
has subclassc/Assistants to the President of the United States
Meaning
Afrikaans
lexicalizationafr: assistent
Arabic
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Bulgarian
lexicalizationbul: асистент
Catalan
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Czech
lexicalizationces: pomocník
lexicalizationces: pomocnice
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Church Slavic
lexicalizationchu: помощьникъ
Mandarin Chinese
lexicalizationcmn: bì zhu
lexicalizationcmn: 壁助
lexicalizationcmn: 助手
lexicalizationcmn: bāng shou
lexicalizationcmn: zhù shou
lexicalizationcmn: 帮手
lexicalizationcmn: 幫手
lexicalizationcmn: fu
lexicalizationcmn:
lexicalizationcmn: 手臂
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Crimean Tatar
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Danish
lexicalizationdan: assistent
German
lexicalizationdeu: Helfer
lexicalizationdeu: Assistent
lexicalizationdeu: Hilfskraft
lexicalizationdeu: Hilfsprogramm
lexicalizationdeu: Gehilfe
lexicalizationdeu: Mitarbeiter
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Egyptian (Ancient)
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has glossepo: Pedagogio - Medicino - Scienco Asistanto estas faka helpanto de sciencisto, kirurgo, profesoro k.s.
lexicalizationepo: asistanto
lexicalizationepo: helpanto
lexicalizationepo: helpisto
lexicalizationepo: Asistanto
lexicalizationepo: servisto
lexicalizationepo: adjunkto
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Basque
lexicalizationeus: laguntzaile
Finnish
lexicalizationfin: assistentti
lexicalizationfin: apulainen
lexicalizationfin: avustaja
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French
lexicalizationfra: assistant
lexicalizationfra: auxiliaire
lexicalizationfra: aide
lexicalizationfra: adjoint
lexicalizationfra: serviteur
lexicalizationfra: domestique
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Gaelic
lexicalizationgla: cuidiche
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Irish
lexicalizationgle: cuiditheoir
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Galician
lexicalizationglg: axudante
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Haitian
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Hawaiian
lexicalizationhaw: kōkua
Serbo-Croatian
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Hiligaynon
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Croatian
lexicalizationhrv: pomoćnik
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Hungarian
lexicalizationhun: segéd
lexicalizationhun: alkalmazott
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Armenian
lexicalizationhye: ասիստենտ
Ido
lexicalizationido: helpero
lexicalizationido: helpanto
Icelandic
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Italian
has glossita: Un assistente è una persona, o uno strumento, che aiuta un'altra persona professionalmente più preparata, a raggiungere determinati obiettivi.
lexicalizationita: aiutante
lexicalizationita: assistente
lexicalizationita: coadiutore
lexicalizationita: ausiliario
lexicalizationita: ausiliatrice
lexicalizationita: collaboratore
Japanese
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Georgian
lexicalizationkat: დამხმარე
Korean
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Kurdish
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Maltese
lexicalizationmlt: assistent
Maori
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Nepali
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Dutch
lexicalizationnld: assistent
lexicalizationnld: helper
lexicalizationnld: hulp
lexicalizationnld: handlanger
lexicalizationnld: adjunct
lexicalizationnld: knecht
Norwegian Bokmål
lexicalizationnob: medhjelper
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Occitan (post 1500)
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Polish
lexicalizationpol: asystent
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Portuguese
lexicalizationpor: ajudante
lexicalizationpor: assistente
lexicalizationpor: servidor
lexicalizationpor: servente
lexicalizationpor: adjunto
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Moldavian
lexicalizationron: program de asistare
lexicalizationron: asistent
Russian
lexicalizationrus: помощник
lexicalizationrus: ассистент
lexicalizationrus: помощница
lexicalizationrus: заместитель
lexicalizationrus: товарищ
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Slovak
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Castilian
lexicalizationspa: ayudante
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Albanian
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Sranan Tongo
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Sumerian
lexicalizationsux: ataḫ
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Swedish
lexicalizationswe: assistent
lexicalizationswe: medhjälpare
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Telugu
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Thai
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Turkish
lexicalizationtur: yardýmcý
lexicalizationtur: uþak
lexicalizationtur: muavin
Ukrainian
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