bail (someone) out

bail (someone) out

Definition: to pay money as a deposit so that a person who has been arrested can be released.

This phrasal verb has more than one meaning.

E.g.1: This is the last time I will bail out this no-good brother of mine. He can’t keep breaking the law and believe that I will pay.
E.g.2: The bail was set at £100,000 but I bailed him out because I love him. He is innocent and we will prove it at the trial.

This phrasal verb can be separated. (E.g. 2)

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