Phrasal Verb 'Bail'

We have 7 phrasal verb definitions related to 'Bail'.

Bail out

Meaning: Save, rescue

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

Bail out

Meaning: Remove water from something that is flooded

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

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.

Bail out of

Meaning: Pay a bond to release someone from jail

Example: I must BAIL my drunken brother OUT OF jail.

Bail out on

Meaning: Stop supporting someone when they are in trouble

Example: Everybody BAILED OUT ON him when the scandal broke.

Bail up

Meaning: Talk to someone and delay them

Example: I was late because he BAILED me UP on the phone and wouldn't shut up.

Bail up

Meaning: Rob someone at gunpoint

Example: He was BAILED UP by a couple of muggers as he came out of the bank.