Definition of 'helpline'
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Some areas also offer a telephone helpline. Times, Sunday Times (2011)The other is to give people a local helpline. Times, Sunday Times (2008)It has a helpline and information about hoarding on its website at mind. The Sun (2015)With not one call to the helpline. The Sun (2014)Our helpline is free and confidential. The Sun (2012)We regularly get calls to our helpline from investors who have been sold structured products without realising the risks they are taking. Times, Sunday Times (2010)Alternatively, there is a free helpline. Times, Sunday Times (2008)At the moment advice is given largely via a telephone helpline and e-mail. Times, Sunday Times (2010)The cash goes to the young people 's helpline. The Sun (2010)A telephone helpline and mediation are not effective substitutes for objective legal advice. Times, Sunday Times (2011)The woman will then receive a letter explaining the results of the test, with a telephone helpline to deal with any concerns. Times, Sunday Times (2006)The number of calls to the helpline increased by 79 per cent last year as it became better known and more regional call centres were opened. The Sun (2007)The research found that the helpline could provide cost-effective, quality information that helped adults to deal with their problem. Times, Sunday Times (2014)They provide a free helpline, fund vital research and offer information and support to people affected by MS. The Sun (2011)We are second in the list of bodies consulted for employment guidance, after solicitors, and they often telephone our helpline when they advise clients. Times, Sunday Times (2006)
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Translations for 'helpline'
British English: helpline /ˈhɛlpˌlaɪn/ NOUN
A helpline is a special telephone service that people can call to get advice about a particular subject.
...a helpline for people who need counselling.
- American English: helpline
- Arabic: حَبْلُ الإنْقَاذ
- Brazilian Portuguese: disque-ajuda
- Chinese: 热线服务电话
- Croatian: telefonska linija za pomoć
- Czech: linka pomoci telefonní
- Danish: hjælpelinje
- Dutch: helplijn
- European Spanish: teléfono de asistencia
- Finnish: auttava puhelin
- French: assistance téléphonique
- German: Notrufstelle
- Greek: γραμμή βοήθειας
- Italian: assistenza telefonica
- Japanese: ヘルプライン
- Korean: 상담 전화
- Norwegian: servicetelefon
- Polish: telefon zaufania
- European Portuguese: linha de apoio
- Romanian: linie telefonică de asistență
- Russian: телефон доверия
- Spanish: teléfono de asistencia
- Swedish: hjälplinje
- Thai: การให้ความช่วยเหลือทางโทรศัพท์
- Turkish: yardım hattı
- Ukrainian: телефон гарячої лінії
- Vietnamese: đường dây điện thoại trợ giúp
Definition of helpline from the Collins English Dictionary
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