bail out something/someone Meaning in the Cambridge English Dictionary

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bail out something/someone

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


to ​help someone or something such as a ​plan or ​company, esp. by giving or ​lendingmoney: Congresspassed a $15 ​billion Aid ​package to bail out the ​airlines.
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