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Bail out   /beɪl aʊt/   Listen
Bail out

verb
1.
Free on bail.
2.
Remove (water) from a boat by dipping and throwing over the side.  Synonym: bale out.






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"Bail out" Quotes from Famous Books



... your lives, lads!" cried Mr, Park, as he sprang forward, and, seizing a tin dish, began energetically to bail out the water. Following his example, the whole crew seized whatever came first to hand in the shape of dish or kettle, and began to bail. Charley and Harry Somerville acted a vigorous part on this occasion—the one with a bark dish (which had been originally made by ...
— The Young Fur Traders • R.M. Ballantyne



Words linked to "Bail out" :   unloosen, law, take, free, jurisprudence, release, unloose, withdraw, liberate, loose, remove, take away



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