"Let's bail." / "to bail" Meaning:
to leave a place or event because it is boring or you do not want to be thereSimilar Expressions
When do we use it?
- Let's bail.
- Let's leave.
- Let's get out of here.
- Let's take off.
- Let's split.
We use this slang expression when we want to leave a place because it is boring, not fun, or we want to go somewhere better.
- This party is boring. Let's bail.
- This party is fun, but I need to pick up my brother.
I'm going to bail.
"Bail" does not fit in the second sentence. In the second sentence, it is better to just use the word "leave" or "go". How do we use it?
We can use this slang expression with "Let's" or on its own as a verb.
Example English Conversations
- Should we bail?
- This is lame. Let's bail.
- I'm bored. I'm going to bail.
A) This party isn't as fun as I thought it would be.
B) Do you want to bail?
A) Yes. Let's bail.
A) I told him I would stay and watch him play, but I'm getting tired. So, I'm going to bail.
B) I'm sure he will understand. It's late.
A) Are you going to stay?
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