- uncountable (Law) he was released on bailto post o stand bail for somebodyfue puesto en libertad bajo fianzato grant/refuse bail to somebodypagar la fianza de alguiento jump bailconcederle/denegarle la libertad bajo fianza a alguienhuir estando en libertad bajo fianzaExample sentences
- The defendants were released on bail at Cork District Court yesterday for sentencing on February 15.
- A Kirkwall man was released on bail from Kirkwall Sheriff Court on Tuesday after pleading guilty to assault and breach of the peace.
- Howley was charged with the first of these alleged offences on Friday - two days after he was released on bail from Kirkwall Sheriff Court for a catalogue of admitted crimes.
- His family today confirmed they cannot pay the five million drachma bail money which has been set by the judges presiding over his case.
- The great grandson of the famed make-up artist was supposed to be wearing an electronic tracking device while free on $1 million bail.
- If one of the world's most famous entertainers did not show up in one hour, he would be sent to jail, losing $3 million bail.
- (on typewriter)barra (feminine) pisapapelesExample sentences
- The bail arm on this printer raises whilst the machine is printing.
- Pull the bail arm toward the front of the printer.
- If not, it will catch on the bail arm as it advances.
- (Nautical)Example sentences
- Prisoners being bailed to return to the station will also be dealt with separately from those being kept in custody.
- He was bailed to appear at Swadlincote Magistrates' Court on 12 th October.
- We see no necessity for a defendant who is bailed to be expressly warned that, if he absconds, he may be tried in his absence, for that has been the English common law for over a century.
- Until that happens, its like bailing a leaky boat to stay ahead of rising cost.
- When they arrived, the sailors helped to bale out the 26 foot vessel and they were able to identify the cause of the problem as a leaking cooling pipe which was letting in the sea.
- Working deep in the hold we find the faithful ones who keep bailing the bilges without regard for the Mate's view on whether they should be doing it or not.
- 1verb + object + adverb, verb + adverb + object 1.1 (Law)to bail somebody out
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