bleed

bleed
[[t]blid[/t]]
v. bled(bled), bleed•ing,
1) pat to lose, discharge, or exude blood
2) bot (of a plant) to exude sap, resin, etc., from a wound
3) tex
a) to run or become diffused:
The colors bled when the dress was washed[/ex]
b) tex to lose or yield a substance, esp. dye: dark blue towels bleeding in hot water
4) (of a liquid) to ooze or flow out
5) to feel pity, sorrow, or anguish:
My heart bleeds for you[/ex]
6) to suffer wounds or death, as in battle
7) pri (of printed matter) to run off the edges of a page
8) sts to pay out money, as when overcharged
9) to cause to lose blood; to draw blood from (a vein)
10) to lose or emit (blood or sap)
11) bui hyd to drain or draw sap, water, etc., from
12) aum bui to remove trapped air from, as by opening a valve:
to bleed the brakes[/ex]
13) cvb to extort money from, as by blackmail or usury
14) pri to permit (printed matter) to run off the page or sheet
15) med an instance of bleeding; hemorrhage:
an intracranial bleed[/ex]
Etymology: bef. 1000; ME bleden, OE blēdan, der. of blōd blood

From formal English to slang. 2014.

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