Definition of "bailout"
  1. The act of giving emergency funds to a struggling business or entity by a government, individual, or another business in order to prevent its failure
How to use "bailout" in a sentence
  1. After the bankruptcy announcement, the company desperately needed a bailout to survival.
  2. The economy could suffer if a bailout isn't given to the struggling airline industry.
  3. The bank received a federal bailout to avoid a complete shutdown.

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