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bail sb out

phrasal verb with bail uk   /beɪl/ us   /beɪl/ verb
to pay money to a court so that someone can be released from prison until their trial
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bail sb out

UK also bale sb out
phrasal verb with bail uk   /beɪl/ us   verb [T, usually passive]
LAW to pay money to a court to allow a person who has been accused of a crime to remain free until a trial
(Definition of bail sb out from the Cambridge Business English Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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