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There will be a lot of blood and gore. Times, Sunday Times (2010)At least they are equally used to the sight of blood and gore. Times, Sunday Times (2008)That may be as well, given the blood and gore. Times, Sunday Times (2006)People have always been drawn to suffering, blood and gore. Times, Sunday Times (2013)En route to the verdict, there are lashings of blood and gore. Times, Sunday Times (2012)Don't go into too much detail about blood and gore. Times, Sunday Times (2008)I am not a person who gains joy from watching horror movies and seeing blood and gore. Times, Sunday Times (2013)I'm not so much into gore. The Sun (2016)He was a prolific writer and had a host of other interests - including his collection of 20,000 books dealing mainly with blood and gore. The Sun (2008)

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Translations for 'gore'

British English: gore VERB
If someone is gored by an animal, they are badly wounded by its horns or tusks.
He had been gored by a rhinoceros.
  • American English: gore
  • Brazilian Portuguese: escornar
  • Chinese: > 抵伤动物用角或獠牙
  • European Spanish: cornear
  • French: encorner
  • German: aufspießen
  • Italian: incornare
  • Japanese: 傷つける
  • Korean: ~의 뿔에 받히다
  • European Portuguese: escornar
  • Spanish: cornear
British English: gore NOUN
Gore is blood from a wound that has become thick.
There were pools of blood and gore on the pavement.
  • American English: gore
  • Brazilian Portuguese: sangue
  • Chinese: > 血块动物用角或獠牙
  • European Spanish: sangre
  • French: sang
  • German: Blut
  • Italian: sangue coagulato
  • Japanese: 血のり
  • Korean: 핏덩이
  • European Portuguese: sangue
  • Spanish: sangre

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