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bail / fianza
bail   1   [beɪl]   (law, legal)
A. -noun   (law, legal)   fianza (f)
·on bail
·bajo fianza
·he'noun out on bail
·está libre bajo fianza
·to be released on bail
·ser puesto en libertad bajo fianza
·to jump bail
*   fugarse estando bajo fianza
·to go or stand bail for somebody
·pagar la fianza de somebody, someone
B. -transitive verb
(law, legal)
also bail out   pagar la fianza de
C. -compound
·bail bandit   *   -noun
(British, Great Britain)   persona que comete un delito estando en libertad bajo fianza
·bail bond   -noun
(United States)   fianza (f)
bail / palito corto
bail   2   [beɪl]   -noun   (Cricket)   palito (m) corto
bail / achicar
bail   3   [beɪl]   -transitive verb   (nautical)   achicar
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