V n out of n
The 'bail' group
These verbs are concerned with rescuing someone from a bad situation.
We'd bail him out of trouble when he owed money.
A government spokesman said helping children out of poverty was an ongoing priority.
In the case of talk, the noun group following the verb is always a reflexive pronoun. This pattern is V pron-refl out of n. This verb sometimes indicates that someone gets themselves out of a good situation rather than a bad one.
bail get help pull talk
I always have the sense that I can talk myself out of trouble.
He talked himself out of a job.