- 1 [transitive] to release someone on bail His son called home to get bailed out of jail.
- 2 [intransitive] (informal) to leave a place, especially quickly Sorry, I really have to bail. Phrasal Verbsbail out (of something)bail outbail somebodyoutbail somebodyout (of something)
NAmE//beɪl//Verb Forms present simple I / you / we / they bail
he / she / it bails
past simple bailed
-ing form bailing