bail (out) (Meaning)

bail (out)

to jump out of an airplane with a parachute, to abandon a harmful or difficult situation, to help from a difficult situation, to parachute from an aircraft, leave, depart, a rescue from financial distress

bail (out) Sentence Examples

  1. The defendant was allowed to leave prison after posting bail.
  2. The company bailed out its bankrupt rival to prevent a monopoly.
  3. She bailed out her friend when she couldn't afford her rent.
  4. The government bailed out the banks during the financial crisis.
  5. The parents bailed out their troubled son from jail.
  6. The investors demanded to be bailed out after the company's collapse.
  7. The insurance company refused to bail out the driver after the accident.
  8. The hostage was bailed out by the police during a dramatic raid.
  9. The country was bailed out by an international loan from the IMF.
  10. The politician bailed out on his campaign promises, leaving his supporters disappointed.

FAQs About the word bail (out)

to jump out of an airplane with a parachute, to abandon a harmful or difficult situation, to help from a difficult situation, to parachute from an aircraft, lea

go off, pike (out or off), go, run along, sally (forth), evacuate, get off, depart, bail,exit

arrive, show up,come, stay, remain, settle, abide, reach, close,turn up

The defendant was allowed to leave prison after posting bail.

The company bailed out its bankrupt rival to prevent a monopoly.

She bailed out her friend when she couldn't afford her rent.

The government bailed out the banks during the financial crisis.