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bale1 US English

A bundle of paper, hay, cotton, etc., tightly wrapped and bound with cords or hoops

bale2 US English

Evil considered as a destructive force

bale3 US English

Variant spelling of bail.

bale US Thesaurus

a bale of cotton

bail3 US English

Scoop water out of (a ship or boat)

Bâle US English

French name for Basle.

bail on in bail3 US English

Let (someone) down by failing to fulfill a commitment, obligation, or responsibility

bail out in bail3 US English

(Of a member of an aircrew) make an emergency parachute descent from an aircraft; eject

bail out US English

(Of a member of an aircrew) make an emergency parachute descent from an aircraft; eject

bail someone/something out in bail3 US English

Release someone or something from a difficulty; rescue

bail someone/something out US English

Release someone or something from a difficulty; rescue


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