bail sb out


bail sb out
bail v sb out (infrml) 1. GEN jmdm. aus der Klemme helfen; (infrml) jmdn. herauspauken, (infrml) jmdn. heraushauen; 2. LAW die Kaution stellen für jmdn., jmdn. durch Kaution aus der Haft freibekommen

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  • bail sb out — Ⅰ. UK US bail sb out Phrasal Verb with bail({{}}/beɪl/ verb [T, usually passive] (UK also bale sb out) ► LAW to pay money to a court to allow a person who has been accused of a crime to remain free until a trial Ⅱ. UK US bail sb/sth out Phr …   Financial and business terms

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  • bail sth out — UK US bail sb/sth out Phrasal Verb with bail({{}}/beɪl/ verb [T, usually passive] (UK also bale sb/sth out) ► to help a person or organization that is in financial difficulty: »Taxpayers are being asked to pay billions of dollars to bail out… …   Financial and business terms

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