helpline

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helpline

(ˈhɛlpˌlaɪn)
n
1. (Telecommunications) a telephone line operated by a charitable organization for people in distress
2. (Telecommunications) a telephone line operated by a commercial organization to provide information
Translations
linka pomoci
hjælpelinje
auttava puhelin
telefonska linija za pomoć
telefonos lelkisegély-szolgálat
ヘルプライン
상담 전화
hjälplinje
การให้ความช่วยเหลือทางโทรศัพท์
đường dây điện thoại trợ giúp

helpline

[ˈhelplaɪn] N (esp Brit) → línea f de socorro

helpline

[ˈhɛlpˌlaɪn] ntelefono amico (Comm) → servizio m informazioni inv (a pagamento)

helpline

حَبْلُ الإنْقَاذ linka pomoci hjælpelinje Notrufstelle γραμμή βοήθειας teléfono de asistencia auttava puhelin assistance téléphonique telefonska linija za pomoć assistenza telefonica ヘルプライン 상담 전화 helplijn servicetelefon telefon zaufania disque-ajuda, linha de apoio телефон доверия hjälplinje การให้ความช่วยเหลือทางโทรศัพท์ yardım hattı đường dây điện thoại trợ giúp 热线服务电话
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After establishment of Punjab Police Command Control and Communication Center, rescue, fire brigade, police and traffic helplines have been transferred to Helpline 15, so the people can get medical aid by calling 15, besides Rescue 1122.
Speaking to the media, Shri Paswan said that 6 Zonal Helplines will be launched in the country from coming October.
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Child Helpline International, an organization dedicated to create and strengthen the national toll-free child helplines worldwide, compiled this report by gathering data from telephone records, e-mails and texts messages, over a period of ten years.
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ALACK of awareness about the Delhi Police's existing antistalking helpline as well as other helplines for women has made women more susceptible to crime in the city.
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This was said by programme officers of women helplines at Hyderabad, Sukkur and Larkana while addressing a press briefing on "Situation of violence against women in interior Sindh, and sharing data" at Madadgaar Helpline, here on Friday evening.
Similar helplines are being launched throughout Europe with the support of the European Commission.
I am referring to the 60,000 people behind our telephone helplines.
The 60,000 people behind our telephone helplines are unsung heroes handle over 22 million calls a year on a vast array of health, social welfare, public service or educational issues.