Phrasal Verb: Bail out

Phrasal Verb: Bail out


Meaning: Save, rescue

Example: The government had to BAIL OUT the airline because it was losing so much money.

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Phrasal Verb: Bail out


Meaning: Remove water from something that is flooded

Example: The boat was leaking so they had to BAIL it OUT.

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Phrasal Verb: Bail out


Meaning: Jump out of a plane because it is going to crash

Example: The pilot BAILED OUT when he saw that the engines had failed.

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