bail out

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الإنجليزية - الإنجليزية
To exit an aircraft while in flight

Holmes bailed out of his fighter and parachuted onto an apartment house.

To remove water from a boat by scooping it out
To leave (or not attend at all) a place or a situation, especially quickly or when the situation has become undesirable

I'm going to bail out of class today.

To sell all or part of one's holdings in stocks, real estate, a business, etc

I'm going to bail out of stocks and buy gold instead.

To rescue, especially financially

Once again, the industry got itself in trouble and government had to bail it out.

To secure the release of an arrested person by providing bail money
to rescue a person or organization in financial difficulties by providing money
If you bail someone out, you pay bail on their behalf. He has been jailed eight times. Each time, friends bailed him out
To help your teammate
remove (water) from a boat by dipping and throwing over the side free on bail
to parachute from an aircraft in an emergency
to play or aim away from trouble (usually extreme) Example: I was afraid of the water hazard on the right side of the fairway, so I decided to bail out into the left rough
free on bail
If a pilot bails out of an aircraft that is crashing, he or she jumps from it, using a parachute to land safely. Reid was forced to bail out of the crippled aircraft The pilot bailed out safely
remove (water) from a boat by dipping and throwing over the side
If you bail someone out, you help them out of a difficult situation, often by giving them money. They will discuss how to bail the economy out of its slump
parachute from an airplane; rescue from distress (esp. financial distress); free a person from jail by pledging a sum of money; abandon or escape a situation (Slang)
see bail 4
depart, usually angrily
bail out on
To abandon, or stop supporting someone or something
bail out on someone
Leave, abandon
a backup supply of air in scuba diving
bail a company out
help or rescue a company with financial problems
A rescue from financial difficulties: "corporate bailouts"
financial help given to a person or a company that is in difficulty
a rescue, especially a financial rescue
{i} escape attempt; escape from damaged aircraft
get out on bail
be released from prison prior to a hearing in return for financial collateral
out on bail
released from jail by placing a money bond which guarantees a prisoner will return to court
bail out