aide

(ād) a worker who is an assistant to another.
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aide

(from the article `France`) ...tax, or gabelle, which represented nearly one-tenth of royal revenue; the traites, or customs duty, internal and external; and the aides, or ...
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aide

[n] - someone who acts as assistant
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aide

auxiliary noun someone who acts as assistant
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Aide

A tax on wine.
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aide

aide (AYD) An assistant or an aide-de-camp: 'An officer in a military organization who serves as an assistant and confidential secretary to a superior officer.' Confusing Words: Units, Groups A to Z.
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Aide

Aide is a German name for girls. The meaning is `noble, kind` The name Aide is most commonly given to American girls. What do they use in other countries? Adel (Hungarian) Del Ada Dell (English) Alize (English) Alyosha Alice (German, English) Heidi (German, English) Adeline (English) Aliosha Adelyn (English) The name sounds like: Ade, Adde, Aidee, ...
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aide

someone who acts as assistant
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