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bail out

A popular term borrowed from aviation (e.g., a crew parachuting out of a striken aircraft) referring to any situation in which an operator or interventionist drops out or quits unexpectedly.
 
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He said the BMC was not profitable and depended on government financial bail outs for its sustainability, therefore government found it fitting to consult with the farmers in order to make an informed decision on the proposed privatisation of the commission.
It has done us nothing but harm since we joined and cost us billions of pounds in bail outs to foreign countries as well as costing us power to act in our own country.
These calculations do not even include the mammoth bail outs to the Eurozone via IMF contributions.