Aid is a general term used to denote:

1. Help or something that helps, as in hearing aid or crunches;
2. Assistance as in financial aid to developing countries or financial aid to deserving poor kids

Ref: 120809/2006-09-19

Aid refers to a gift of money to support a worthy person or cause or giving of help or assistance to other people or be of service to other human beings. Example is a Financial Aid
which refers to any type of financial assistance available to families and students for the purpose of funding higher education.

Ref: 86307/2006-09-13


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