Aids ( noun , verb )

(As a noun)

Aids ( noun )

  1. Something that provides assistance.
  2. A device or substance used to remedy a defect or improve a situation.
  3. An organization providing assistance.
  4. Financial or material help provided to those in need.
  5. A condition in which the immune system is damaged and has difficulty fighting off infections and diseases.

Origin:

The word "aids" comes from the old french word "aider" which means "to help". the noun form "aid" was first recorded in the 15th century.

Examples:

  1. Aids in the form of food and shelter were provided to the displaced people.
  2. The new technology acts as an aid in improving communication.
  3. The Aid Organization is working to provide education to underprivileged children.
  4. The government has announced a package of financial aids for farmers.
  5. HIV infection causes AIDS, which weakens the body's immune system.

(As a verb)

Aids ( verb )

  1. Something that provides assistance.
  2. A device or substance used to remedy a defect or improve a situation.
  3. An organization providing assistance.
  4. Financial or material help provided to those in need.
  5. A condition in which the immune system is damaged and has difficulty fighting off infections and diseases.

Origin:

The word "aids" comes from the old french word "aider" which means "to help". the noun form "aid" was first recorded in the 15th century.

Examples:

  1. Aids in the form of food and shelter were provided to the displaced people.
  2. The new technology acts as an aid in improving communication.
  3. The Aid Organization is working to provide education to underprivileged children.
  4. The government has announced a package of financial aids for farmers.
  5. HIV infection causes AIDS, which weakens the body's immune system.
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