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gore 1

American English: /ɡɔr/
British English: /ɡɔː/

noun

  • uncountable (blood)
    sangre (feminine) (derramada)
    they laid on the gore pretty thickly in the final scene
    hicieron la escena final bastante sangrienta
    Example sentences
    • I cannot just brush off scenes of violence, blood and gore, not to mention senseless killing.
    • Titles in this category may contain intense violence, blood and gore, sexual content, and/or strong language.
    • Press scrutiny is very limited and declining, as monopolist local papers cut back; and TV news, the dominant source of local information, is far more interested in blood and gore.

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gore 2
American English: /ɡɔr/
British English: /ɡɔː/

transitive verb

  • the matador was severely gored
    el torero sufrió una grave cornada
    Example sentences
    • I've been injured by a bull in Mexico and in 1967 I was gored by a bull in France.
    • Sound effects - grunts of pain, for example, when Portuguese men are gored by a bull - were added, not to mention an incongruous orchestral soundtrack.
    • A farmworker suffered serious injuries when he was gored by a bull on his father's Huddersfield farm.

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gore 3
American English: /ɡɔr/
British English: /ɡɔː/

noun

  • (Clothing)
    Example sentences
    • Generally, as a woman's bust size goes up, so should the gore.
    • And they introduced decorative gores using extra scraps of unused leather of other material.
    • This is now wrong because parachutes of different design could have gores from 60 to 180 cm wide, which will make quite a difference in parachute sizes, still having the same number of gores!

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