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Bail Me Out ( help that person get out of a bad situation ... )

"Bail Me Out"

To help a person get out of a bad situation is to bail him out.

Example: "He got thrown in jail for drunk driving, but his father bailed him out."

It takes time, money and effort to bail a person out of a difficult situation.

Example: "If you get stuck, call me. I will bail you out."

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