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British English: bloody /ˈblʌdɪ/ ADJECTIVE
A situation or event that is bloody is one in which there is a lot of violence and people are killed.
...the bloody riots of the previous year.
- American English: bloody
- Arabic: دَمَوِيّ
- Brazilian Portuguese: sangrento
- Chinese: 血腥的
- Croatian: krvav
- Czech: krvavý
- Danish: blodig
- Dutch: bloederig
- European Spanish: sangriento
- Finnish: verinen
- French: sanglant
- German: blutig
- Greek: αιματηρός
- Italian: sanguinoso
- Japanese: 血まみれの
- Korean: 피투성이의
- Norwegian: blodig
- Polish: krwawy
- European Portuguese: ensanguentado
- Romanian: sângeros
- Russian: кровавый
- Spanish: ensangrentado
- Swedish: blodig
- Thai: เต็มไปด้วยเลือด
- Turkish: kanlı
- Ukrainian: кривавий
- Vietnamese: đẫm máu
British English: bloody VERB
If you have bloodied part of your body, there is blood on it, usually because you have had an accident or you have been attacked.
One of our children fell and bloodied his knee.
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