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bleeds, 3rd person singular present; bleeding, present participle; bled, past tense; bled, past participle;
  1. Lose blood from the body as a result of injury or illness
    • - the cut was bleeding steadily
    • - some casualties were left to bleed to death
    • - the bleeding has stopped now
  2. (of a dye or color) Seep into an adjacent color or area
    • - I worked loosely with the oils, allowing colors to bleed into one another
  3. (of an illustration or a design) Be printed so as to run to the edge of the page
    • - the picture bleeds on three sides
  4. Print and trim (an illustration or a design) in such a way

  5. Draw blood from (someone), esp. as a once-common method of treatment in medicine

  6. Remove blood from (an animal carcass)
    • - the first steer rolled out on the floor to be bled, skinned, and dressed
  7. Drain (someone) of money or resources
    • - his policy of attempting to bleed unions of funds
  8. Allow (fluid or gas) to escape from a closed system through a valve
    • - open the valves and bleed air from the pump chamber
  9. Treat (a system) in this way
    • - bleeding the radiator at the air vent
  1. An instance of bleeding
    • - a lot of blood was lost from the placental bleed
  2. An instance of printing an illustration, design, or text to the edge of the page
    • - it allows printing of a tabloid page with full bleed
  3. The escape of fluid or gas from a closed system through a valve
    • - the amount of air bleed from the compressor
  4. The action or process of a dye, ink, or color seeping into an adjacent color or area
    • - color bleed is apparent on brighter hues

  1. shed blood: lose blood from one's body
  2. draw blood; "In the old days, doctors routinely bled patients as part of the treatment"
  3. get or extort (money or other possessions) from someone; "They bled me dry--I have nothing left!"
  4. run: be diffused; "These dyes and colors are guaranteed not to run"
  5. drain of liquid or steam; "bleed the radiators"; "the mechanic bled the engine"
  6. (bleeding) the flow of blood from a ruptured blood vessel
  7. Bleed is the 4th studio album by German heavy metal band Angel Dust, released in 1999. The band took a slightly darker direction on the album, without losing the power metal melodies they explored with their previous studio album, Border of Reality.
  8. The Bleed is a fictional universe, a comic book construct that appears in books published by DC Comics. It first appeared in Stormwatch (vol. 2) #7 (May 1998), and was created by Warren Ellis and Bryan Hitch.
  9. Bleed (previously titled The Murder Club) is a 2002 direct-to-DVD horror film starring Debbie Rochon, Danny Wolske, Brinke Stevens, Julie Strain, Lloyd Kaufman, Orly Tepper, Ronnie Gene Blevins and Allen Nabors. Directed by Dennis Petersen and Devin Hamilton.
  10. Bleed is a printing term that refers to printing that goes beyond the edge of the sheet after trimming. The bleed is the part on the side of your document that gives the printer that small amount of space to move around paper and design inconsistencies.
  11. Bleeding, technically known as hemorrhaging or haemorrhaging (see American and British spelling differences) is the loss of blood or blood escape from the circulatory system. ...
  12. (Bleeding (album)) Bleeding was Psychotic Waltz's fourth and final studio album, released in 1996. In 2004, Metal Blade Records reissued Bleeding in a box set also containing the band's second album Into the Everflow and a bonus CD containing demos. Music videos were made for "Faded" and "My Grave".
  13. An incident of bleeding, as in haemophilia; To lose blood through an injured blood vessel; To let or draw blood from an animal; To take large amounts of money from; To steadily lose (something vital); To spread from the intended location and stain the surrounding cloth or paper; To remove ...
  14. (bleeding) The migration of a liquid to the surface of a component or into/onto an adjacent material.
  15. (BLEEDING) Surface exudation of a liquid or solid material from a vulcanized rubber part due to a partial or complete incompatibility (insolubility).
  16. (Bleeding) A clever winemaking trick often used by quality conscious producers, known also by the French term of 'saignée'. Red wines gain their colour and tannins from the contact between grape juice and skins during fermentation. ...
  17. (Bleeding) Method in which fishermen remove blood from fish by cutting  an artery. Large meaty fish like tuna are routinely bled before further processing. Skates and sharks are also bled to remove uric acid.
  18. (bleeding) surface exudation. See bloom.
  19. (Bleeding) Migration to the surface of plasticizers, waxes or similar materials, to form a film or bead.
  20. (BLEEDING) Undercoat staining through the topcoat.
  21. (Bleeding) The tendency of a liquid component to separate from liquid-solid or semi-solid mixture, as oil from lubricating grease in storage.
  22. (Bleeding) When building or rebuilding shocks, it is necessary to remove all of the air and excess oil. This is known as bleeding the shocks.
  23. (Bleeding) the emergence of water from newly placed concrete caused by the settlement of the solid materials within the concrete.
  24. (Bleeding) Colouring caused when a stain or other coating material works up into succeeding coats.
  25. (bleeding) (1) the flow of mixing water within, or its emergence from newly placed concrete or mortar; (2) the absorption of oil resin or plasticizer from a compound into an adjacent porous surface; (3) the diffusion of color matter through a coating from underlying surfaces causing a color change.