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bail

US [beɪl]
UK [beɪl]
  • n.保释;【法律】保释金;保释人;(篷帐的)半圆形支撑箍托
  • v.担保;舀;从(船中)戽出水;【法律】准许保释
  • Web保证金;保证人;租约
Plural Form:bails  Past Participle:bailed  Present Participle:bailing  
bail
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n.
1.
[u]
保释金;保释money that sb agrees to pay if a person accused of a crime does not appear at their trial. When bail has been arranged, the accused person is allowed to go free until the trial.
Can anyone put up bail for you?
有人保释你吗?
She was released on £2 000 bail .
她以 2 000 英镑获得保释。
Bail was set at $1 million.
保释金定为 100 万元。
He committed another offence while he was out on bail(= after bail had been agreed) .
他在具保候审期间又犯罪了。
The judge granted/refused bail .
法官准予╱不准保释。
She jumped/skipped bail(= did not appear at her trial) .
她弃保潜逃(未如期到庭受审)。
2.
[c][usupl]
三柱门上的横木either of the two small pieces of wood on top of each set of three wooden posts (called stumps )
v.
1.
[t]
~ sb (to do sth)
允许保释(某人)to release sb on bail
He was bailed to appear in court on 15 March.
他获得保释,定于 3 月 15 日到庭应诉。
2.
[i]
(informal)
(尤指迅速地)离开to leave a place, especially quickly
Sorry, I really have to bail.
对不起,我真得赶紧走了。
3.
[t]
(informal)
~ sb (up)
与…搭讪(尤指对方不愿意)to approach sb and talk to them, often when they do not want this

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