bail out something/someone Meaning in Cambridge American English Dictionary
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Meaning of "bail out something/someone" - American English Dictionary

bail out something/someone

 /ˈbeɪl ˈɑʊt/
phrasal verb with bail  us   /beɪl/ verb [I/T]

(HELP)

to help someone or something such as a plan or company, esp. by giving or lending money: Congress passed a $15 billion Aid package to bail out the airlines.
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