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  • The phrasal verb ‘help out’ has this meaning: to help someone, especially by doing a particular job or by giving them money. The Macmillan Dictionary gives these examples. Additional examples are:
    It was big of him to help out like that.
    In an emergency, staff will be diverted from less urgent tasks to help out.