Definition of 'bleed'
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No liberal hearts bleed in public over it. Times, Sunday Times (2016)Tests disclosed that he had suffered internal bleeding from a ruptured spleen. Times, Sunday Times (2016)My heart bleeds for all the families. The Sun (2016)She needed emergency surgery for internal bleeding and reconstructive surgery to her face and neck. Times, Sunday Times (2016)Add the blueberries while the porridge cooks so that they pop and bleed their purple colour into the mixture. Times, Sunday Times (2017)Frankly, the heart bled for them. Times, Sunday Times (2017)Our hearts are still bleeding for our lost brothers in these criminal acts. Times, Sunday Times (2010)They occur when a clot or internal bleeding cuts off the supply of blood to the brain. The Sun (2016)It was likely they were often bleeding when he came to the doctors. The Sun (2014)The attack left the victim bleeding heavily and needing treatment at an outside hospital. The Sun (2012)The comedy of the early scenes bleeds away to set up a surprisingly pitiless finale. The Sun (2012)The clashes left one man bleeding from the head. Times, Sunday Times (2009)This may occur due to internal bleeding. Times, Sunday Times (2006)That stability brings success is in the realms of the bleeding obvious. Times, Sunday Times (2011)It is like an artery continuously bleeding the red blood of the earth. THE EARTH: An Intimate History (2004)You can line the lips with a gold pencil to stop any colour bleeding. The Sun (2009)Strokes happen when a clot or internal bleeding cuts off the blood supply to the brain. The Sun (2015)She was bleeding heavily and was unconscious. The Sun (2009)He had internal bleeding and a brain haemorrhage and was in a coma for six months. The Sun (2009)Sometimes blind justice is blind to the bleeding obvious. Times, Sunday Times (2012)Shortly afterwards an ambulance was called to help a man bleeding profusely in a nearby village. Times, Sunday Times (2011)Real fans bleed the colours of their club. Times, Sunday Times (2007)My heart was bleeding for her. The Sun (2012)There is often bleeding, and the patient may suffer shock. Times, Sunday Times (2007)Two movements bled into one; speeds kept equally fluid. Times, Sunday Times (2011)What I was doing was bleeding money. Times, Sunday Times (2007)This, he said, could make him scratch his body till it bled. Times, Sunday Times (2008)
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Translations for 'bleed'
British English: bleed /bliːd/ VERB
When you bleed, you lose blood from your body as a result of injury or illness.
His lip was bleeding.
- American English: bleed
- Arabic: يَنْزِفُ
- Brazilian Portuguese: sangrar
- Chinese: 出血
- Croatian: krvariti
- Czech: krvácet
- Danish: bløde
- Dutch: bloeden
- European Spanish: sangrar
- Finnish: vuotaa verta
- French: saigner
- German: bluten
- Greek: αιμορραγώ
- Italian: sanguinare
- Japanese: 出血する
- Korean: 출혈하다
- Norwegian: blø
- Polish: krwawić
- European Portuguese: sangrar
- Romanian: a sângera
- Russian: кровоточить
- Spanish: sangrar
- Swedish: blöda
- Thai: เลือดออก
- Turkish: kanamak
- Ukrainian: кровити
- Vietnamese: chảy máu
Definition of bleed from the Collins English Dictionary
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