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Detailed Translations for bail from English to Spanish


bail [the ~] noun

  1. the bail
    la fianza; la caución
  2. the bail
    el cubo

to bail verb (bails, bailed, bailing)

  1. to bail (bale out)

Conjugations for bail:

  1. bail
  2. bail
  3. bails
  4. bail
  5. bail
  6. bail
simple past
  1. bailed
  2. bailed
  3. bailed
  4. bailed
  5. bailed
  6. bailed
present perfect
  1. have bailed
  2. have bailed
  3. has bailed
  4. have bailed
  5. have bailed
  6. have bailed
past continuous
  1. was bailing
  2. were bailing
  3. was bailing
  4. were bailing
  5. were bailing
  6. were bailing
  1. shall bail
  2. will bail
  3. will bail
  4. shall bail
  5. will bail
  6. will bail
continuous present
  1. am bailing
  2. are bailing
  3. is bailing
  4. are bailing
  5. are bailing
  6. are bailing
  1. be bailed
  2. be bailed
  3. be bailed
  4. be bailed
  5. be bailed
  6. be bailed
  1. bail!
  2. let's bail!
  3. bailed
  4. bailing
1. I, 2. you, 3. he/she/it, 4. we, 5. you, 6. they

Translation Matrix for bail:

NounRelated TranslationsOther Translations
caución bail bond; edifice; guarantee; lot; pledge; premises; security; surety; warranty
cubo bail OLAP cube; barrel; bucket; butt; cask; cube; drum; hold; hub; ladle; pail; pan; scoop; tub; vat; vessel
fianza bail bond; caution money; edifice; guarantee; lot; pledge; premises; security; surety; warranty
- bail bond; bond
VerbRelated TranslationsOther Translations
achicar bail; bale out bail out; bale out; despise; disdain; disregard; hold in contempt; look down upon; make smaller; reduce; scorn; slight; suppress; treat with disregard

Related Words for "bail":

  • bailing, bailable, bails

Synonyms for "bail":

Related Definitions for "bail":

  1. the legal system that allows an accused person to be temporarily released from custody (usually on condition that a sum of money guarantees their appearance at trial)1
    • he is out on bail1
  2. (criminal law) money that must be forfeited by the bondsman if an accused person fails to appear in court for trial1
    • the judge set bail at $10,0001
  3. remove (water) from a vessel with a container1
  4. empty (a vessel) by bailing1
  5. secure the release of (someone) by providing security1
  6. deliver something in trust to somebody for a special purpose and for a limited period1
  7. release after a security has been paid1

Wiktionary Translations for bail:

  1. to remove water
  1. bucket or scoop
  2. security

Cross Translation:
bail baldear; achicar hozen — water uit een boot scheppen
bail dar bailler — désuet|fr donner.

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