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To secure the release of an arrested person by providing bail money
“I stayed there until noon the next day, when my father's attorney, Arthur Stinson, arrived to bail me out.”
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To leave or exit a place or situation
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“The other patrons laughed, as it was clear he had just been cowering in the corner and waiting for his chance to bail out of the bar.”
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To escape or withdraw from a place or situation
“You can recognize when it's time to bail out of a job that's going nowhere.”
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To remove or rescue from harm, danger, or an undesirable situation
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“A job would bail me out of this mess, but it seemed no one wanted to give me one.”
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To make an emergency parachute descent from an aircraft
“The Germans had recently begun equipping their pilots with parachutes, allowing them to bail out and, if they landed in friendly territory, return to fight another day.”
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To remove or rescue (someone) from danger or harm
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To lift out (liquid) with a utensil
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To leave or withdraw from a position or agreement
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To leave or withdraw from a place
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To set free, especially from entanglement or difficulty
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To show mercy to, especially by not punishing or killing
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To draw out or empty a space or container
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To leave behind or stop caring for someone or something
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To give up one's resistance against something
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