Definition of aide
: a person who acts as an assistant a teacher's aide; specifically : a military officer who acts as an assistant to a superior officer
Examples of aide in a Sentence
The senate office hired several congressional aides.
the nurse's aide will bring you an extra pillow
Recent Examples of aide from the Web
Juweiya Ali, a 24-year-old U.S. citizen who is a home health aide in Seattle, can attest to the hardships endured as a result of the ban.
Johnson also is accused of exposing his bare butt to Erin Hinson, a City Hall aide, in a parking lot last year when his pants dropped.
The brother, Hossein Fereydoun, had been one of Mr. Rouhani’s close aides.
Both aides worked for Plaskett between early 2015 and mid-2016, McCullum as a legislative counsel, and Brown-Lewis as a scheduler.
Tillerson’s initial proposals for reorganizing the agency also included the elimination of about 2,300 jobs, though aides have suggested those would come through attrition and retirements and not necessarily through layoffs.
According to reports, aides have repeatedly briefed Trump — who seems conspicuously averse to preparation — ahead of the meeting.
Shaub also pushed for the administration to publicly reveal which aides were receiving ethics waivers and chastised House Republicans for not investing ethics inquiries further.
While Christie was not charged, two former aides were ultimately sentenced to prison for their roles in closing the lanes to punish a Democratic mayor who had declined to endorse the governor in his re-election bid.
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Origin and Etymology of aide
short for aide-de-camp
First Known Use: 1777See Words from the same year
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Definition of aide for Students
: a person who acts as an assistant a teacher's aide
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