bail out on

See also: bail and bail out

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VerbEdit

bail out on (third-person singular simple present bails out on, present participle bailing out on, simple past and past participle bailed out on)

  1. To abandon, or stop supporting someone or something.
    • 2004 December 11, Faisal al Yafai, Owen Bowcott and Michael White, “Meet the DUP's new MP ... for Basingstoke”, in The Guardian[1], page Politics:
      But he's just kind of jumped ship. He's bailed out on Basingstoke as a town without even warning us.

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  • The verb and particles are inseparable.

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