If a bail bond is revoked, it means that the court has determined that you have violated the terms of your release and are no longer allowed to be out on bail. The court will issue a warrant for your arrest, and you will be taken into custody. Depending on the circumstances, the court may require you to pay additional fines or penalties. You may also be held in custody until your trial or sentencing.
In some cases, the court may also require that you forfeit your bail bond, which means that the bond will be forfeited to the court, and you will be your for paying the entire bail amount.