Spanish translation of 'bail out'
transitive verb + adverb
⇒ to bail sb out(law)
pagar la fianza de algn(figurative),
echar un cable a algn
Trends of 'bail out'
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⇒ on bail
⇒ he's out on bail
está libre bajo fianza
⇒ to be released on bail
ser puesto en libertad bajo fianza
⇒ to jump bail(informal)
fugarse estando bajo fianza
⇒ to go or stand bail for sb
pagar la fianza de algn
- (law) (also bail out)
pagar la fianza de
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)
Translation of bail out from the Collins English to Spanish Dictionary