bail out of something

bail out of something

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  • bail out of something — bail out (of (something)) to stop doing something or being involved in something. Bad working conditions have caused many nurses to bail out of the profession. The TV show triggered a number of protests, and some of the sponsors bailed out.… …   New idioms dictionary

  • bail out of — bail out (of (something)) to stop doing something or being involved in something. Bad working conditions have caused many nurses to bail out of the profession. The TV show triggered a number of protests, and some of the sponsors bailed out.… …   New idioms dictionary

  • bail out — (of (something)) to stop doing something or being involved in something. Bad working conditions have caused many nurses to bail out of the profession. The TV show triggered a number of protests, and some of the sponsors bailed out. Etymology:… …   New idioms dictionary

  • bail out — UK US bail out Phrasal Verb with bail({{}}/beɪl/ verb [T, usually passive] (UK also bale out) ► [I] to stop doing something or being involved in something: »Investors bailed out on hearing of a first quarter profits slump …   Financial and business terms

  • 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 — /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) — in. to resign or leave; to get free of someone or something. □ I can’t take any more. I’m going to bail out. □ Albert bailed just before he got fired …   Dictionary of American slang and colloquial expressions

  • bail somebody out of something — ˌbail sbˈout (of sth) derived to rescue sb from a difficult situation • The government had to bail the company out of financial difficulty. • Ryan s late goal bailed out his team. Main entry: ↑bailderived …   Useful english dictionary

  • bail out — verb 1. free on bail • Topics: ↑law, ↑jurisprudence • Hypernyms: ↑free, ↑liberate, ↑release, ↑unloose, ↑unloosen, ↑loose …   Useful english dictionary

  • bail out on — verb To abandon, or stop supporting someone or something. Syn: leave in the lurch, walk out on …   Wiktionary

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