succour en Inglés
v. aid, help, assist
"God is merciful; look to the Most High for succour," the priest began.
An airliner in a terminal was like a dependent relative, subject to the whims and succor of its family.
No succours have arrived.
Hopefully among these different alliances we can create conditions whereby the aid and succour can be delivered.
It is quite clear that the resolution just gives succour to the US and the UK for the illegal action that they took.
That is why we have abstained - so as not to give succour to such an illusion.
Maybe we'll find succor in the nearest village.
Terrorist groups must be banned, and those who perpetrate violence, incite terrorism or give succour to terrorists should be tackled.
In this case, we must condemn the substance of the terrorists' claims, and should give them no succour in terms of a democratic vote.
We will never, under any circumstances, give succour to those who seek to use force to undermine legitimate democratic institutions.