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Definitions of BLEED in various dictionaries:
- verb - lose blood from one's body
- verb - draw blood
- verb - get or extort (money or other possessions) from someone
- verb - be diffused
- verb - drain of liquid or steam
- To emit or lose blood.
- To be wounded, especially in battle.
- To feel sympathetic grief or anguish: My heart bleeds for the victims of the air crash.
- To exude a fluid such as sap.
- To pay out money, especially an exorbitant amount.
- To run together or be diffused, as dyes in wet cloth.
- To undergo or be subject to such a diffusion of color: The madras skirt bled when it was first washed.
- To show through a layer of paint, as a stain or resin in wood.
- To be printed so as to go off the edge or edges of a page after trimming.
- To take or remove blood from.
- To extract sap or juice from.
- To draw liquid or gaseous contents from; drain.
- To draw off (liquid or gaseous matter) from a container.
- To obtain money from, especially by improper means.
- To drain of all valuable resources: “Politicians... never stop inventing illicit enterprises of government that bleed the national economy” (David A.
- To cause (an illustration, for example) to bleed.
- To trim (a page, for example) so closely as to mutilate the printed or illustrative matter.
- Illustrative matter that bleeds.
- A page trimmed so as to bleed.
- Later in Old English this o changed to K, pronounced like the a in labor, eventually becoming like the e in bee by 1500.
- verb - to lose blood
There are 5 letters in BLEED: B D E E L
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