bail out (1)
This page is about the phrasal verb bail out (1)
Meaning: to help out someone or something that's in serious trouble, especially financial trouble
- bail out sb/sth The government had to bail out many banks and financial institutions in the 2008 financial crisis.
- bail sb/sth out Why do we have to bail them out with taxpayer's money? Why not just let them go bankrupt?
Nouns often used as objects with bail out (1): company, bank, lenders, borrowers, creditors
If the government doesn't bail the company out, the company will
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Contributor: Matt Errey