Bail out:

Meaning: to remove from bad situation.


Mr. Johnson’s company was not doing too well. So, his brother decided to bail him out by buying the company.


Meaning: remove excess water from something that is flooded.


When the Smiths realized that the boat was leaking, they had to bail it out till they reached the shore.


Meaning: to jump out of an aeroplane.


The pilot managed to bail out just before the burning airplane burst into flames.

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