Aid [noun]

Definition of Aid:

help, support

Opposite/Antonyms of Aid:

Sentence/Example of Aid:

He mentioned in particular that aid should focus on assistance for small businesses, among other things.

Forty percent claim they can’t last another six months without government aid, and it will be an arduous road to recovery for the rest.

However, that aid has to be distributed at a sustainable pace and I think some of the programs that were thought up for Afghanistan were too ambitious.

Republican leaders have suggesting trying to pass another PPP as a standalone bill while Democratic leaders believe aid to states is vital to stave off mass public sector layoffs.

An ingenious invention originally meant to digitize bookkeeping, the software has enabled researchers and businesspeople to input infinite rows and columns of disparate data and then analyze the information with the aid of a computer.

He already threatened to withhold federal pandemic aid unless the USPS quadrupled the rates it charges for last-mile delivery, a proposition that could make it impossible for the post office to compete.

During Justice Ginsburg’s visit, my friend Thao Griffiths came to our aid.

For much of the past year, Stewart has moved with the aid of a wheelchair or walker, when she can move at all.

If the federal government doesn’t approve aid, MTA CEO Patrick Foye says massive cuts to staffing and service could be implemented as soon as November.

Among the states that won’t is South Dakota, which became the first state to turn down the offer, citing a strong economic rebound and no need for the additional aid.