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bail out / pagar la fianza de algn
 
bail out   bail   1   -transitive verb + adverb
·to bail somebody out
(law, legal)   pagar la fianza de somebody, someone   (figurative)   echar un cable a somebody, someone
 
bail out / lanzarse {or} tirarse en paracaídas
 
bail out   bail   3
A. -intransitive verb + adverb   (aeronautics)   lanzarse or tirarse en paracaídas
B. -transitive verb + adverb
(United States)   bale out
 
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