Bail out

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Phrasal verb: Bail out

Spanish translation: ayudar, rescatar, sacar de apuro

Definition: Help someone out of a difficult situation, sometimes it involves money

Used in sentences:

1. My parents bailed me out of some back payments that I owed.

2. Hey, can you bail me out of going to this event that I have to go to?

3. The government bailed out the banks after the recession.

Related words or phrases: rescue, help out, save me from

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