bail

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İngilizce - Türkçe
{f} kefaletle serbest bırakmak
kefalet

Dan, Matt ve Linda'yı kefaletle serbest bıraktırdı. - Dan bailed Matt and Linda out.

Tom kefalet düzenliyor. - Tom is arranging bail.

kefalet,v.kefaletini öde: n.kefalet
(Denizbilim) çıkarmak
(Denizbilim) boşaltmak
(Kanun) kefaletle tahliye edilme
(Kanun) kefaletini ödemek
kepçe
(Kanun) tutukluyu kefile teslim etmek
kefalet vergini
bir kimseye kefalet ederek tahliyesini temin etmek
i., huk
{f} tekneye giren suyu kova, maşrapa v.b. ile boşaltmak
{f} out
sorumlu olmak
{f} kurtarmak
kefalet ücreti
{i} çember
(sanığın tahliye edilmesi için verilmesi gereken) teminat akçesi, kefalet
kefaletle tahliye edilme. f
{f} emanet etmek
{f} suyunu boşaltmak (kayık)
{i} kefil

Bana kefil oluyor musun? - Are you bailing on me?

tevdi etmek
{i} (tekneye giren suyu boşaltmak için kullanılan) kova, maşrapa v.b
mevkufu kefile teslim etmek
{i} kulp
{i} teminât
(Denizbilim) tahliye etmek
bail out
mali destek vererek kurtarmak
bail out
paraşütle atlamak (uçaktan)
bail out
paçayı kurtarmak
bail fee
kefalet parası
bail out
kefaletle serbest bıraktırmak
bail out
kefil olup hapisten çıkar
bail out
Paraşütle atlamak
bail a company out
finansal problemi olan şirketi kurtarmak
bail bond
kefalet bond
bail out
Kefaletle serbest bırakmak
bail out
Kefaletini ödeyip kurtarmak
bail out
Kefaletle kurtarmak
bail out on someone
Birini bırakmak, terketmek
bail out.
kurtarmak
bail someone out
kefaletle salıverilmesini sağla
bail something out
zor durumdan kurtar
bail bond
(Ticaret) teminat olarak verilen tahvil
bail bond
(Kanun) teminat olarak verilen para
bail bond
kefaletname
bail bondsman
(Kanun) kefaletnameci
bail clause
(Kanun) kefalet klozu
bail hearing
(Kanun) kefalet duruşması
bail in error
(Kanun) tehiri icra teminatı
bail out
paraşütle atlamak
bail out a company
sermayeyi artırarak iflastan kurtarmak
bail out on someone
(deyim) birisini yüzüstü bırakmak
bail out water
kayığın suyunu boşaltmak
bail s.o. out
birine kefalet ederek tahliyesini sağlamak
bail s.o./s.t. out
{k} birini/bir şeyi (zor bir durumdan) kurtarmak
jump bail
(Fiili Deyim ) kefaletle serbest bırakılmışken kaçmak
bail out
kurtulmak
personal bail
(Kanun) kefalet
bailable
kefil olunabilir
bailer
çamur kutusu
bailing
{i} kefalet ödeme
be out on bail
kefaletle kurtulmak
find bail
kefil bulmak
go bail
kefalet etmek
go bail for sb
kefaletle serbest bıraktırmak
on bail
kefaletle
release on bail
kefaletle tahliye
bailing
kefalet öde
common bail
mahkemede hayali kefil isimleri kullanılarak yapılan resmi kayıt
consideration of bail
kefalet dikkate
for which bail is permitted
hangi kefalet izin verilir
give leg bail
bacak kefalet vermek
post bail
Mesaj kefalet
surrender to so.'s bail
bu kadar teslim. 'kefaletle s
take leg bail
kefalet bacak almak
admit to bail
kefaletle serbest bırakmak
allow bail
kefaletle serbest bırakmak
allow bail
kefalete izin vermek
bail out
kurtarmak
bailable
teminât olarak verilmiş
bailable
teminat olarak verilmi
bailer
kefalet veren kimse
bailer
kayığın suyunu boşaltan kimse
bailer
(Ticaret) emanet veren kişi
bailer
suyu boşaltma kabı
bailing
paketleyip balyalamak
bailing
balya yapmak
be on bail
kefaletle çıkmak
be out on bail
kefalet ödeyip çıkmak
forfeit one's bail
kefalet hakkını kaybetmek
form of bail
(Kanun) kefaletin şekli
go bail for
(Fiili Deyim ) kefil olmak , kefil olup serbest bıraktırmak
go bail for
-e kefil olmak
go bail for smb
kefaletini ödemek
go bail for smb
kefil olmak
go/stand bail for
kefil olmak (sanığa)
go/stand bail for
(sanığa) kefil olmak
go/stand bail for
(sanığın) kefaletini yatırmak
grant bail
kefaletle serbest bırakmak
grant bail
kefaleti kabul etmek
grant s.o. bail
birini kefaletle/kefaleten tahliye etmek
jump bail
kefalet hakkını kötüye kullanıp kaçmak
jump one's bail
kefalet altındayken duruşmaya gelmemek
jump/skip bail
{k} (kefaletle tahliye edilen sanık) hazır bulunması gereken duruşmaya gelmemek
on bail
kefaletle çıkmış
release on bail
kefaletle serbest bırakma
release s.o. on bail
birini kefaletle/kefaleten tahliye etmek
stand bail for
efil olmak
stand bail for
sanığa kefil olmak
swinging bail
(İnşaat) asma ahır bölmesi
İngilizce - İngilizce
Normally curved handle suspended between sockets as a drawer pull
A frame to restrain a cow during outdoor milking
The person providing such payment
To exit quickly

The Teacher Home Visit Program takes a huge commitment—time, energy, patience, diplomacy. Quite a few schools have tried it and bailed.

To secure (a cow) by placing its head in a bail for milking
To confine
To secure the head of a cow during milking
A hinged bar as a restraint for animals, or on a typewriter
A hoop, ring or handle (especially of a kettle or bucket)
To secure the release of an arrested person by providing bail
A stall for a cow (or other animal) (usually tethered with a semi-circular hoop)
To hand over personal property to be held temporarily by another as a bailment
To keep (a traveller) detained in order to rob them; to corner (a wild animal); loosely, to detain, hold up. (Usually with up.)

The transition over the rooftop would have been quicker if Sellers had not been bailed up by a particularly hostile spiritual presence speaking Swedish.

Security, usually a sum of money, exchanged for the release of an arrested person as a guarantee of that person's appearance for trial
: To not attend

I'm going to bail on this afternoon's meeting.

To remove water from a boat by scooping it out
Release from imprisonment on payment of such money
A bucket or scoop used for removing water from a boat etc
One of the two wooden crosspieces that rest on top of the stumps to form a wicket
To release a person under such guarantee
To set free
the legal system that allows an accused person to be temporarily released from custody (usually on condition that a sum of money guarantees their appearance at trial); "he is out on bail"
{v} to give bail or security, to admit to bail, release upon bail, deliver goods in charge, lade water with a bucket
{n} a surety of another, release from custody on giving security, handle, hoop
A half hoop for supporting the cover of a carrier's wagon, awning of a boat, etc
The release of a person from custody based on a written commitment or promise by a person that they will appear in court on the next occasion when their case comes before the court •Bail
release after a security has been paid
The deposit - money, property, or bond - that is put up by, or on behalf of, an arrested person to secure his or her release from jail before or after court proceedings begin The state Constitution declares all arrested persons, other than those charged with a death penalty offense, are entitled to bail
(criminal law) money that must be forfeited by the bondsman if an accused person fails to appear in court for trial; "the judge set bail at $10,000"; "a $10,000 bond was furnished by an alderman"
To deliver, as goods in trust, for some special object or purpose, upon a contract, expressed or implied, that the trust shall be faithfully executed on the part of the bailee, or person intrusted; as, to bail cloth to a tailor to be made into a garment; to bail goods to a carrier
remove (water) from a vessel with a container
The spelling bale is also used for meaning 4., and for meanings
In criminal cases, a sum of money posted by or on behalf of a defendant to guarantee his appearance in court after being released from jail
This is the old term for a Recognizance, the money an accused person promises to pay if she or he does not appear for trial The word 'bail' is also commonly used to refer to the conditions which an accused person promises to obey from the time he or she is released after arrest, until the trial
A certain limit within a forest
A division for the stalls of an open stable
Hence: The space inclosed by it; the outer court
A sum of money or other form of security demanded by the court; (1) in exchange for the release of the accused from custody, and (2) to guarantee his/her later appearance in court
A system where a sum of money is deposed in a court to ensure that an individual returns to the court to have his case tried
The outer wall of a feudal castle
security given for release from jail, as in: The bail was set at $100,000 00
{f} free a person from jail by pledging a sum of money; empty out water; rescue from distress; leave, depart (Slang); temporarily give property to another person without transferring ownership
To lade; to dip and throw; usually with out; as, to bail water out of a boat
The term applied to the law which enables a person accused of a criminal charge to be released from custody between the date they are charged and the hearing date
A line of palisades serving as an exterior defense
verb (Vert) A fall to avoid possible slam To get out of an unmakeable situation by purposely not making a trick Usually due to a timing error or mistake (Street) To step or jump off your board to avoid possible slam or injury
{i} money pledged in order to release someone from jail; freeing from jail by a sum of money; pail, bucket
An amount paid or pledged by the defendant to make sure he or she will appear in court
(noun) Security (usually in the form of a cash bond) given for the release of a criminal defendant or witness from legal custody while awiaitng further legal proceedings (for example, while awaiting trial) Bail is forfeited ifthe party fails to appear before the court at such later time as may be determined
empty (a vessel) by bailing
Security, usually a sum of money, exchanged for the release of an arrested person as a guarantee of that persons appearance for trial
Money exchanged for the temporary release of an arrested person as a guarantee that the person will appear for trial For example, if someone should be arrested and put in jail, he or she would probably have to stay there until the trial takes place in court But if someone puts up money or property satisfactory to the court as a guarantee that the accused person will appear in court for trial, the court usually will release the person from jail until the trial
Bail is permission for an arrested person to be released after bail has been paid. He was yesterday given bail by South Yorkshire magistrates
The arched handle of a kettle, pail, or similar vessel, usually movable
money which must be paid prior to your release from police custody If you show up for your trial, the money will be returned
If a prisoner jumps bail, he or she does not come back for his or her trial after being released on bail. He had jumped bail last year while being tried on drug charges. Temporary release of a prisoner in exchange for security given to guarantee the prisoner's appearance at a later hearing. It also refers to the actual security given (e.g., cash). Its main use today is to secure the freedom, pending trial, of someone arrested and charged with a criminal offense. Its use in civil (noncriminal) cases is far less common, as most do not involve imprisonment. The amount of bail is generally set in relation to the gravity of the offense, though other factors, such as the strength of the evidence, the character of the accused, and the accused's ability to secure bail may also be considered. See also bond, recognizance
To deliver; to release
If someone is bailed, they are released while they are waiting for their trial, after paying an amount of money to the court. He was bailed for probation reports He was bailed to appear before local magistrates on 5 November
A bucket or scoop used in bailing water out of a boat
Security given for the release of a criminal defendant or witness from legal custody (usually in the form of money) to secure his appearance on the day and time appointed
The top or cross piece (or either of the two cross pieces) of the wicket
To remove water with a bucket or pump Also, a component that controls fishing line on a spinning reel
A metal, semicircular arm on an open- faced spinning reel that engages the line after a cast
remove (water) from a vessel with a container empty (a vessel) by bailing secure the release of (someone) by providing security deliver something in trust to somebody for a special purpose and for a limited period release after a security has been paid
and
Custody; keeping
Bail is a sum of money that an arrested person or someone else puts forward as a guarantee that the arrested person will attend their trial in a law court. If the arrested person does not attend it, the money will be lost. He was freed on bail pending an appeal The high court set bail at $8,000
The processed of being released from custody prior to the trial or the hearing of an appeal against a conviction
of the phrasal verb
The person or persons who procure the release of a prisoner from the custody of the officer, or from imprisonment, by becoming surety for his appearance in court
bail bond
a surety, used to obtain the release of a criminal defendant who has been required to give bail
bail bonds
plural form of bail bond
bail bondsman
A person who provides bail bonds, and takes responsibility for the court appearances of the persons to whom such bonds are issued
bail bondsmen
plural form of bail bondsman
bail jumping
Not appearing when and where required to do so as a condition of bail
bail out
To secure the release of an arrested person by providing bail money
bail out
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.

bail out
To rescue, especially financially

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

bail out
To exit an aircraft while in flight

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

bail 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.

bail out
To remove water from a boat by scooping it out
bail out on
To abandon, or stop supporting someone or something
bail a company out
help or rescue a company with financial problems
bail down
Reduce the level of liquid in a well bore by bailing
bail out on someone
Leave, abandon
bail bond
A bond or obligation given by a prisoner and his surety, to insure the prisoner's appearance in court, at the return of the writ
bail bond
Obligation to pay bail if defendant fails to appear in court
bail bond
bond given to release a person from jail until his trial
bail bond
An obligation signed by the accused to secure his or her presence at the trial This obligation means that the accused may lose money by not properly appearing for the trial Often referred to simply as bond
bail bond
A legal paper that you buy from a bondsman and give to the court instead of bail The defendant signs it and is let go But if they don't come to court when they're supposed to, they must pay the amount of money on the bail bond
bail bond
A document purchased from a bondsman which is given to the court instead of money for bail Once signed by the defendant, he/she is released from custody on the condition that the amount will be forfeited should the defendant not appear in court at the required time
bail bond
Special bail in court to abide the judgment
bail bond
An obligation signed by the defendant, with sureties, to secure his/her presence in court
bail bond
An agreement by a third party to pay a certain sum of money if the defendant fails to appear in court
bail bond
A written agreement executed by the defendant or another surety that the defendant will appear as required those persons (called sureties) must pay to the court the amount of money specified in the order fixing bail This may be cash, surety, money order, check or property
bail bond
A financial obligation which guarantees a person's future appearance in court
bail bond
an agreement by a surety to pay a certain sum of money if the defendant fails to appear in court
bail bond
A financial obligation signed by the accused and those who serve as sureties to guarantee his future appearance in court
bail bond
An obligation signed by the accused to secure his or her presence at the trial This obligation means that the accused may lose money by not appearing for the trial Often referred to simply as "bond "
bail bond
Obligation, signed by the accused, giving bail to be released from custody and insuring their appearance in court
bail bond
500 000
bail bond
(criminal law) money that must be forfeited by the bondsman if an accused person fails to appear in court for trial; "the judge set bail at $10,000"; "a $10,000 bond was furnished by an alderman"
bail bond
An obligation signed by the accused, with sureties, to secure his presence in court
bail out
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)
bail out
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
bail out
to parachute from an aircraft in an emergency
bail out
remove (water) from a boat by dipping and throwing over the side free on bail
bail out
see bail 4
bail out
depart, usually angrily
bail out
If you bail someone out, you pay bail on their behalf. He has been jailed eight times. Each time, friends bailed him out
bail out
to rescue a person or organization in financial difficulties by providing money
bail out
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
bail out
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
bail out
To help your teammate
bail out
free on bail
bail out
remove (water) from a boat by dipping and throwing over the side
bail-out
financial help given to a person or a company that is in difficulty
bailable
For which bail is permitted
bailer
a utensil, as a bucket or cup, used in bailing; a machine for bailing water out of a pit
bailer
one who bails or lades
bailable
{a} that may be bailed, to admit to bail
bailer
{n} one who delivers goods in trust
common bail
The formal entry of fictitious sureties in the proper office of the court, which is called filing common bail to the action
common bail bond
The most common bail bond is a Surety Bond. It involves a contract with a bail agent who posts a bond for the full bail amount, which financially guarantees that the defendant will show up for all court proceedings
on bail
(with permission to be temporarily released from custody) on provision of security to appear for trial
bailable
Admitting of bail; as, a bailable offense
bailable
eligible for bail; "a bailable defendant" admitting of bail; "a bailable offense
bailable
{s} able to make bail
bailable
That can be delivered in trust; as, bailable goods
bailable
eligible for bail; "a bailable defendant"
bailable
Eligible for bail
bailable
admitting of bail; "a bailable offense
bailable
Having the right or privilege of being admitted to bail, upon bond with sureties; used of persons
bailed
past of bail
bailer
{i} bucket for bailing water
bailer
A long pipe with a valve at the lower end, used to remove slurry from the bottom or side of a well as it is being drilled or to obtain a water sample from a developed well
bailer
one who intentionally leaves early
bailer
A pipe with a valve at the lower end, used to remove slurry from the bottom or side of a well as it is being drilled, or to collect ground-water samples from wells or open boreholes 2 A tube of varying length
bailer
A 10- to 20-foot-long pipe equipped with a valve at the lower end A bailer is used to remove slurry from the bottom or the side of a well as it is being drilled
bailer
A long pipe with a valve at the lower end, used to remove slurry from the bottom or side of a well as it is being drilled
bailer
Device used to remove water from the canoe Can be as simple as a milk jug cut to make a scoop
bailing
{i} process of scooping water from a boat
bailing
present participle of bail
bails
third-person singular of bail
consideration of bail
possibility of a suspect being released on bail (money provided in assurance that one will return at an appointed time)
get out on bail
be released from prison prior to a hearing in return for financial collateral
held without bail
imprisoned without the option of being released on bail
jump bail
leave town illegally to avoid a court trial
out on bail
released from jail by placing a money bond which guarantees a prisoner will return to court
prisoner on bail
prisoner released from jail by placing a money bond which guarantees he will return to court
release on bail
{i} temporary freedom from arrest till the time of trial in exchange for a deposit of a sum of money which is set by the court (Law)
release on bail
{f} allow an arrested person temporary freedom until the time of trial in exchange for a deposit of a sum of money which is set by the court (Law)
released on bail
temporary freed from arrest till the time of trial in exchange for a deposit of a sum of money which is set by the court (Law)
seek bail
request bail, ask to be freed from jail in return for making a financial guarantee that one will return to court for a trial
skip bail
escape while released on bond
was released on bail
came out of jail by paying a bond
bail