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Today's Idiom = "He Bailed Out"
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He Bailed Out ( to quit early; give up; abandon ... )

"He Bailed Out"

To escape from a ship that is going to crash is to bail out.

Example: "Did the pilot die in the crash?" Reply: "No. He bailed out, and lived."

To bail out is to quit.

Example: "How is your algebra class?" Reply: "It was too difficult, so I bailed out."

Example: "Aren't you in school anymore?" Reply: "No. I bailed out."

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