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bleed British & World English

Lose blood from the body as a result of injury or illness

bleed someone/something dry in bleed British & World English

Drain someone or something of wealth or resources

bleed someone/something dry British & World English

Drain someone or something of wealth or resources

nosebleed British & World English

An instance of bleeding from the nose

bleed someone/something dry or white in bleed British & World English

Drain someone or something of wealth or resources

bleed New Oxford Dictionary for Writers & Editors

be printed so as to run off the page after trimming

bleed English Thesaurus

his arm was bleeding badly

bleed English-Spanish

sangrar

to bleed sb dry o white in bleed English-Spanish

chuparle la sangre a algn colloquial/familiar