Bail out
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British pronunciation/bˈeɪl ˈaʊt/
American pronunciation/bˈeɪl ˈaʊt/
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to pay money to the court to release someone from custody until their trial

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to bail out definition and meaning
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to leave a bad or dangerous situation, place, or event quickly and suddenly

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to save someone or something from a difficult financial situation

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to jump out of an airplane using a parachute when the airplane is about to crash

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to remove water from a boat to prevent it from sinking

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The unexpected arrest forced them to bail out their sibling, turning a family dinner into a rescue mission.
We're trying to find ways to bail out the community leader arrested during the demonstration.
The family was grateful to friends who helped bail out their relative from jail.
He bailed out the small yacht after it encountered rough seas.
The skydiver had to bail out of the plane when the engine malfunctioned.
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