aid

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[English Word] aid
[Swahili Word] amara
[Swahili Plural] amara
[Part of Speech] noun
[Class] 9/10
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[English Word] aid
[Swahili Word] huduma
[Swahili Plural] huduma
[Part of Speech] noun
[Class] 9/10
[Derived Language] Arabic
[Related Words] hadimu, -hudumu
[English Example] first aid
[Swahili Example] huduma ya kwanza
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[English Word] aid
[English Plural] aids
[Swahili Word] kinga
[Swahili Plural] kinga
[Part of Speech] noun
[Class] 9/10
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[English Word] aid
[Swahili Word] maliwazo
[Part of Speech] noun
[Derived Word] liwazo
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[English Word] aid
[Swahili Word] msaada
[Swahili Plural] misaada
[Part of Speech] noun
[Class] 3/4
[Derived Word] saidia
[English Example] financial aid
[Swahili Example] msaada wa fedha
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[English Word] aid
[Swahili Word] neema
[Part of Speech] noun
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[English Word] aid
[Swahili Word] nusra
[Swahili Plural] nusra
[Part of Speech] noun
[Class] 9/10
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[English Word] aid
[Swahili Word] nusura
[Swahili Plural] nusura
[Part of Speech] noun
[Class] 9/10
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[English Word] aid
[Swahili Word] saada
[Swahili Plural] saada
[Part of Speech] noun
[Class] 9/10
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[English Word] aid
[Swahili Word] usimamizi
[Part of Speech] noun
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[English Word] aid
[Swahili Word] -fadhili
[Part of Speech] verb
[Derived Word] fadhili v
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[English Word] aid
[Swahili Word] -hudumia
[Part of Speech] verb
[Derived Word] hudumu v
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[English Word] aid
[Swahili Word] -saidia
[Part of Speech] verb
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[English Word] aid agency
[English Plural] aid agencies
[Swahili Word] shirika la misaada
[Swahili Plural] mashirika ya misaada
[Part of Speech] noun
[Class] 5/6
[English Example] a UK-based aid agency, Oxfam, has warned that the humanitarian crisis for the people of Darfur will continue for at least another 18 months
[Swahili Example] shirika la misaada lenye makao yake makuu nchini Uingereza, Oxfam, limeonya kwamba matatizo ya huduma muhimu kwa wananchi wa Darfur yatazidi kuendelea kwa kipindi kingine cha walau miezi 18 [http://www.bbc.co.uk/swahili/news/story/2004/06/000000_amkanabbc.shtml BBC 2 Mei 2005]
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[English Word] aid growth
[Swahili Word] -komaza
[Part of Speech] verb
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[English Word] be aided
[Swahili Word] -saidiwa
[Part of Speech] verb
[English Example] the student was aided to pay school fees
[Swahili Example] Mwanafunzi alisadiwa kulipa ada za shule
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[English Word] come to the aid of
[Swahili Word] -futusha
[Part of Speech] verb
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[English Word] give aid to
[Swahili Word] -starehesha
[Part of Speech] verb
[Class] causative
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[English Word] mutual aid
[English Plural] mutual aid
[Swahili Word] ujima
[Part of Speech] noun
[Class] 14
[Related Words] mjima
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[English Word] nurse's aid
[English Plural] nurse's aids
[Swahili Word] msaidizi wa hospitali
[Swahili Plural] wasaidizi wa hospitali
[Part of Speech] noun
[Class] 1/2
[Related Words] saidia, msaada, hospitali
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English-Swahili dictionary. 2013.

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