"Help" can be a verb. You can see the conjugations below.

help
[help]
sustantivo
1. ayuda (f) (aid)
  • help! -> ¡socorro!
  • to be of help to somebody -> ser de ayuda para alguien
  • thank you, you've been a great help -> gracias, has sido de gran ayuda
  • with the help of somebody, with somebody's help -> con la ayuda de alguien
  • to be beyond help -> no tener remedio
  • there was no help for it (familiar) -> no había más remedio (británico)
  • help menu (informática) -> menú (m) de ayuda
2. asistenta (f) (cleaning woman)
verbo transitivo
3. ayudar (aid)
  • to help somebody (to) do something -> ayudar a alguien a hacer algo
  • to help somebody on/off with his coat -> ayudar a alguien a ponerse/quitarse or sacarse el abrigo (Am)
  • can I help you? -> ¿en qué puedo servirle? (in shop)
  • to help one another -> ayudarse mutuamente, ayudarse el uno al otro
  • to help oneself to something -> agarrar or coger algo (español de España)
  • help yourself -> sírvete
4. (prevent)
  • I can't help it -> no lo puedo evitar
  • it can't be helped -> no queda otro remedio
  • I can't help laughing -> no puedo evitar reírme
  • she couldn't help overhearing -> no pudo evitar oír (la conversación)
  • not if I can help it! -> ¡no, si lo puedo evitar!
verbo intransitivo
5. ayudar
  • can I help? -> ¿puedo ayudar?

help [jelp]
sustantivo
1. Ayuda, auxilio, asistencia, socorro, remedio, apoyo, arrimo, protección, amparo, favor.
2. Medio, recurso; lo que contribuye a hacer adelantar o mejorar una cosa.
3. Criada; jornalera. (Estados Unidos)
4. Porción de comida tomada de una vez. (Familiar) (m)
  • To cry out for pedir socorro, llamar en auxilio. By the help of -> con auxilio de, por medio de
  • There is no help for it -> no tiene remedio

help [help]
noun
1 (assistance) ayuda (f)
thanks for your help gracias por ayudarme; gracias por tu ayuda; the books were not much help los libros no me sirvieron de mucho
you may qualify for help with monthly payments the United States has given substantial financial help to Israel to deal with the absorption of immigrants she brought up her child without any financial help from the father they should make sure that medical help will be available in case of complications she will need medical help and counselling to overcome the tragedy she shouted but nobody came to her help new measures which come to the help of young unemployed people
to ask (sb) for help pedir ayuda (a algn)
always ask the pharmacist for help he has asked for help in tracing his sister
he is beyond help ya no se puede hacer nada por él
to those beyond help they could only offer comfort, and the relief of some of the pain his ship was holed and sinking, damaged beyond help or repair
to call for help (ask for help) pedir ayuda or auxilio; (shout for help) pedir ayuda or auxilio a gritos
he's calling for help in developing a national consensus on the matter a Colombian fishing boat called for help when it developed engine trouble she was too frightened to call for help
to come to sb's help acudir en ayuda or auxilio de algn
financial help ayuda (f) económica
he [gave] me no help
to get help
he rushed off to get help salió corriendo en busca de ayuda; you'll get no help from me yo no te pienso ayudar
to go to sb's help acudir en ayuda or auxilio de algn
you've been a great help to me me has ayudado muchísimo
you're a great help! ¡valiente ayuda!
medical help asistencia (f) médica
it's no help (to say that) no sirve de nada (decir eso)
there's no help for it but to ... no hay más remedio que
to be of help to sb ayudar a algn
can I be of help? ¿puedo ayudar?; I was glad to be of help me alegré de poder ayudar
to [seek] help (from sb)
you should seek professional help deberías consultar a un profesional; deberías pedir asesoramiento
they wait too long to seek help after they do get sick that's what leads addicts to seek help
to shout for help pedir ayuda or auxilio a gritos
they were on him before he could shout for help he was screaming for help
I could use some help una ayudita no me vendría mal
with the help of con la ayuda de
with his brother's help con la ayuda de su hermano; with the help of a knife con un cuchillo; ayudándose con un cuchillo
[without] (anyone's) help
2 (helpers)
we're short of help in the shop nos falta personal en la tienda; she has no help in the house no tiene a nadie que le ayude en la casa
we always need extra help at harvest time
3 (cleaner) asistenta (f)
verb:transitive
1 (aid, assist) ayudar
he got his brother to help him consiguió que su hermano lo ayudara; that won't help you eso no te va a servir de nada; eso no te va a ayudar; can I help you? (in shop) ¿qué deseaba?; ¿en qué le puedo servir?
he gave me something to help the pain it helps industry/exports /it will help the environment by reducing/ traffic /pollution/ in towns and cities
to help (to) do sth ayudar a hacer algo
we helped (to) clean up afterwards it helps relieve nasal congestion the money will help to save the church my mum used to help cook the meals for the children he has helped to raise a lot of money the right style of swimsuit can help to hide, minimize or emphasize what you want it to
to help sb (to) do sth ayudar a algn a hacer algo
I helped him to get dressed understanding these rare molecules will help chemists to find out what is achievable America's priority is to help nations defend themselves this experience helped him (to) understand the problem better
to help each other/one another ayudarse el uno al otro
he ordered them to untie Filomeno's legs and help him up my friends helped me through the bad times
to help sb across the road ayudar a algn a cruzar la calle
to help sb to their feet ayudar a algn a levantarse
to help sb on/off with his coat ayudar a algn a ponerse/quitarse el abrigo
to help sb [out of] a jam
I couldn't stand so he helped me up no me podía poner de pie así que él me ayudó
to help sb [up]/[down]/[across] to help sb [with] sth
let me help you with that suitcase deja que te ayude or que te eche una mano con esa maleta
he is helping the police with their enquiries she helps her son with his homework help him [with] the cooking
so help me God (as part of oath) y que Dios me ayude
so help me, I'll kill him! ¡te lo juro que lo mato! (informal)
I'll kill him the next time I see him, so help me God! And so help me God, if I come back and find the carpet messed up, you're for the high jump! So help me God, as I went around the corner, who'd I run into? So help me God, I never thought I'd be in this room again he concluded his oath of office with the words `so help me God" I swear to tell the whole truth and nothing but the truth, so help me God
2 (at table)
to help sb to soup/vegetables servir sopa/verdura a algn
she helped him to potatoes
3 (avoid) evitar
"why are you laughing?" — "I can't help it" —¿por qué te ríes? —no lo puedo evitar; I can't help it, I just don't like him es superior a mí, me cae mal; "it's rather late now" — "I can't help that, you should have come earlier" —ahora es bastante tarde —no es mi culpa, tenías que haber llegado antes; it can't be helped no hay más remedio; ¿qué se le va a hacer?; he won't if I can help it si de mí depende, no lo hará; can I help it if it rains? ¿es mi culpa si llueve?; don't spend more than you can help no gastes más de lo necesario; you can't help feeling sorry for him no puede uno (por) menos de sentir lástima por él
he's a person you couldn't help but admire he can't help his nature I couldn't help thinking ... one cannot help wondering whether ... I can't help feeling this may be just another of her schemes
4
to help o.s.
(assist o.s.) ayudarse a sí mismo
don't think about helping others, think about helping yourself no pienses en ayudar a los demás, piensa en ayudarte a ti mismo
his philosophy is to help people help themselves
you won't help yourself by keeping silent no te vas a hacer ningún favor guardando el silencio
God helps those who help themselves a Dios rogando y con el mazo dando
(serve o.s.) servirse
help yourself! ¡sírvete!; she helped herself to vegetables se sirvió verdura
help yourself to bread there's bread on the table - help yourself
(take sth)
"can I borrow your pen?" — "help yourself" —¿me prestas el bolígrafo? —cógelo
just help yourselves to leaflets
(steal)
he's helped himself to my pencil me ha mangado el lápiz (informal)
has somebody helped himself to some film star's diamonds?
(prevent o.s.)
I screamed with pain, I couldn't help myself grité del dolor, no lo pude evitar
Jerry and Lise know their romance inflects hurt on others but they can't help themselves
verb:intransitive
ayudar
I was only trying to help solo intentaba ayudar; that doesn't help much eso no sirve de mucho; it helps if you plan ahead resulta más fácil si haces los planes por adelantado
you can help by keeping out of the way you can of course help by giving them a donation directly I could cook your supper though, if that would help
every little helps todo ayuda
interjection
help! ¡socorro!; ¡auxilio!
modifier
help menu (n) (Comput) menú (m) de ayuda

Verb Conjugations for "help" (go to ayudar, socorrer)

Indicative

Present
Preterit
Future
I help I helped I will help
you help you helped you will help
he/she helps he/she helped he/she will help
we help we helped we will help
you help you helped you will help
they help they helped they will help
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