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English-German translation for: bail
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NOUN1   a bail | bails
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NOUN2   bail [law] | -
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VERB  to bail | bailed | bailed ... 
 
SYNO   bail | bail bond | bond
law to bail
1615
bürgen
naut. to bail sth. [also bale]
210
etw. ausschöpfen [Boot]
naut. to bail [scoop] [remove water from a boat]
44
schöpfen [Wasser aus einem Boot]
mining to bail
22
sümpfen [Bergbau]
fin. to bailBürgschaft leisten
Nouns
law bail2
2179
Kaution {f}
law bail2
395
Bürgschaft {f} [Strafrecht]
law bail [person]
191
Bürge {m}
bail1 [also bale] [semicircular handle, support]
108
Bügel {m} [halbkreisförmiger Griff, Stütze]
fin. bail
79
Sicherheitsleistung {f}
bail1
29
Haltevorrichtung {f} [Bügel]
sports bail [cricket]
19
Querholz {n}
2 Words: Others
Let's bail. [coll.] [leave]Lass uns abhauen. [ugs.]
law on bail {adv}auf Kaution
fin. law on bail {adv}gegen Bürgschaft
law without bail {adv}ohne Möglichkeit, auf Kaution freizukommen
2 Words: Verbs
to accept baileine Bürgschaft akzeptieren
to accept baileine Bürgschaft annehmen
to bail (out) [Aus.] [coll.]abhauen [ugs.]
to bail on sb. [idiom] [coll.]jdn. im Stich lassen [Idiom] [jdn. in einer Notlage allein lassen]
to bail on sb. [sl.] [not offer help where expected]jdn. sitzen lassen [Redewendung] [ugs.] [jdn. in einer Notlage allein lassen]
aviat. to bail outden Schleudersitz auslösen
to bail outmit dem Fallschirm abspringen
law to bail outdurch Kaution aus dem Gefängnis holen
to bail out [discontinue an activity etc.]aussteigen [ugs.] [nicht mehr mitmachen]
naut. to bail out [water]lenzen
naut. to bail out sth. [also: bale out]etw. ausschöpfen [Boot]
law to bail sb. outjdn. auf Kaution freibekommen
law to bail sb. outjdn. gegen Kaution herausholen
to bail sb. outjdn. aus der Patsche holen
law to bail sb. outjdn. mit einer Bürgschaft herausholen
to bail sb. out [coll.]jdm. aus der Klemme helfen [ugs.]
to bail sb. out [coll.]jdm. aus der Patsche helfen [ugs.]
to bail sb. out [sl.]jdn. heraushauen [ugs.] [aus einer misslichen Lage]
to bail sb. up [sl.] [Aus.]jdn. aufhalten
to bail sb. up [sl.] [Aus.]jdn. ausrauben
to bail sth. out [also: bale]etw. herausschöpfen [Wasser]
fin. to bail sth. out [company, bank, currency]etw. retten [Unternehmen, Bank vor dem Konkurs, Währung vor dem Zusammenbruch]
to find baileine Bürgschaft finden
law to find baileinen Bürgen finden
law to grant bailKaution gewähren
law to jump bail [coll.][nach Freilassung auf Kaution nicht zur Gerichtsverhandlung erscheinen]
law to jump bail [coll.]die Kaution verfallen lassen
law to make bailKaution stellen
law to post bail(eine) Kaution hinterlegen
to provide bailSicherheit stellen
law to provide bail(eine) Kaution leisten
law to receive bailgegen Kaution auf freien Fuß gesetzt werden
law to skip bail [coll.]die Kaution verfallen lassen
to take baileine Bürgschaft annehmen
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