According to the translation, shouldn't it be "escape, run" not "bail"? How come he said "bail" here?
Answer from a Native speaker
"Bail" is a slang term that means to leave suddenly or to abandon the original plan. You can use "escape" or "run" but bail is a perfectly acceptable word to use. It's very common to use "bail" in spoken English. Another definition of "bail" means to temporarily release an accused person from prison who is awaiting trial as long as a large sum of payment is made. However, this is not the definition that is being used in this video. Here are example sentences of "bail" being used like in this video. Ex: We should bail. I don't like this situation. A: Where are they? B: I don't know, I think they bailed. A: This party is so boring. B: I agree. Let's bail.