Bail 1. A release, letting go of trapped feelings. 2. Use extreme caution when entering into new partnerships; warning. 3. To abandon a situation or project that seems shady or somehow dishonest (to “bail out”).
Bail You need someone to “bail you out” in your business; in other words, you need to accept help from professionals. To make bail for someone else could signify accidents and misadventure for the dreamer.