bail out(2)
{v.} To jump from an airplane and drop with a parachute. * /When the second engine failed, the pilot told everyone to bail out./

Dictionary of American idioms. 2013.

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  • bail out(2) — {v.} To jump from an airplane and drop with a parachute. * /When the second engine failed, the pilot told everyone to bail out./ …   Dictionary of American idioms

  • bail·out — /ˈbeılˌaʊt/ noun, pl outs [count] : the act of saving or rescuing something (such as a business) from money problems government bailouts of large corporations see also bail out 2 at ↑bail, 2 …   Useful english dictionary

  • Bail-out (Wirtschaft) — Bail out (englisch aus der Klemme helfen) bezeichnet in den Wirtschaftswissenschaften den Vorgang der Schuldenübernahme und Tilgung oder Haftungsübernahme durch Dritte, insbesondere durch den Staat oder staatliche Institutionen, im Fall… …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • bail-out — see ↑bail out below. • • • Main Entry: ↑bail * * * bail|out or bail out «BAYL OWT», noun. 1. the action of bailing out of an aircraft. 2. an emergency rescue or relief, as through financial aid: »It [a country] presumably depends on another… …   Useful english dictionary

  • bail|out — or bail out «BAYL OWT», noun. 1. the action of bailing out of an aircraft. 2. an emergency rescue or relief, as through financial aid: »It [a country] presumably depends on another bailout by the U.S. (Time) …   Useful english dictionary

  • bail out — 1) PHRASAL VERB If you bail someone out, you help them out of a difficult situation, often by giving them money. [V n P of n] They will discuss how to bail the economy out of its slump... [V P n (not pron)] He desperately needed cash to bail out… …   English dictionary

  • bail\ out — I. v 1. To secure release from prison until trial by leaving or promising money or property for a while. When college students got into trouble with the police, the college president would always bail them out. 2. informal To free from trouble by …   Словарь американских идиом

  • bail out — phrasal verb Word forms bail out : present tense I/you/we/they bail out he/she/it bails out present participle bailing out past tense bailed out past participle bailed out 1) [transitive] to help a person or organization that is having problems,… …   English dictionary

  • bail out — /ˌbeɪl aυt/ verb 1. to rescue a company which is in financial difficulties 2. ♦ to bail someone out to pay money to a court as a guarantee that someone will return to face charges ● She paid $3,000 to bail him out. ▪▪▪ ‘…the government has… …   Dictionary of banking and finance

  • Bail-out (Internet) — Die Bail out Rate ist eine Messgröße zur Usability Bewertung im Web Publishing: sie gibt den Anteil der Website Besucher an, die den vollständigen Aufbau einer bestimmten Seite nicht abwarten (im Verhältnis zur Gesamtzahl der Seite abrufenden… …   Deutsch Wikipedia

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