Hindi translation of 'bail'
bail /beɪl बेइल्/
Word forms: bails, bailing, bailedBail is also spelled bale for meaning 2, and for meaning 1 of the phrasal verb.
1. transitive verb, uncountable noun
If someone who is awaiting trial is bailed, or if they are released on bail, they are set free until they have to appear in court, provided someone agrees to pay an amount of money if they fail to appear.
जमानत कराना या देना/जमानत nf
Schwarz is now on bail, waiting for a new trial.
2. transitive or intransitive verb
If you bail water from a boat, you remove it using a container.
We kept the boat afloat for a couple of hours by bailing madly.
If you bail someone out, you help them out of a difficult situation, often by giving them money.
आर्थिक सहायता देकर उबारना
If you bail someone out, you pay bail on their behalf.
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Example Sentences Including 'bail'
After a preliminary hearing Henry Gower was remanded on bail.The Innocents at Home (A Superintendent Kenworthy novel)
I understand you came in here to bail up the maid you say Boris had sex with.YESTERDAY'S SHADOW (2002)
'Don't worry,' yelled Colin,'I can pay for bail with Siobhan's gold card.LOOKING FOR ANDREW McCARTHY (2002)
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'bail' in Other Languages
- Arabic: كَفَالَة
- Brazilian Portuguese: fiança
- Chinese: 保释
- Croatian: jamčevina
- Czech: kauce
- Danish: kaution
- Dutch: borgsom
- European Spanish: fianza
- Finnish: takausmaksu
- French: caution amende
- German: Freilassung gegen Kaution
- Greek: εγγύηση
- Italian: cauzione
- Japanese: 保釈金
- Korean: 보석
- Norwegian: kausjon
- Polish: kaucja
- Portuguese: fiança
- Romanian: cauțiune cauțiune, cauțiuni
- Russian: залог
- Spanish: fianza
- Swedish: borgen
- Thai: การประกันตัว
- Turkish: kefalet
- Ukrainian: застава
- Vietnamese: tiền bảo lãnh
Translation of bail from the Collins English to Hindi Dictionary