[ UK /ˈe‍ɪdz/ ]
[ US /ˈeɪdz/ ]
  1. (Greek mythology) the god of the underworld in ancient mythology; brother of Zeus and husband of Persephone
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How To Use Aides In A Sentence

  • Aides hovered round like royal courtiers before he made a fleeting appearance climbing on board the City of Chicago. Times, Sunday Times
  • Bush aides say the president took all of that in stride but he also took it to heart.
  • But despite the best efforts of his closest aides, it was not until two hours later that the Pope finally relented, the report said.
  • Aides to the Chancellor also suggested his big offer may one day mean compensation for companies who export to Europe if trade tariffs are imposed. The Sun
  • His aides have dodged questions over how the calls have been kept secure. Times, Sunday Times
  • Firmin can supply ceremonial aiguillettes and shoulder boards manufactured from gold and silver wires for state ceremonial, aides de camp and senior officers.
  • But in recent weeks aides to the general have said he is not bound by the agreement.
  • There is a lot of sense for eight or nine of the major heads of state getting together privately to discuss issues in an informal way without this huge caravanserai of pressmen and aides and assistants.
  • He aides the Master of the ship in trying to weather the storm.
  • But the Senate is not likely to act on the bill this year, according to congressional aides.
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