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Idioms about bleed

    bleed white. white (def. 41).

Origin of bleed

before 1000; Middle English bleden,Old English blēdan, derivative of blōdblood

OTHER WORDS FROM bleed

outbleed, verb (used with object), out·bled, out·bleed·ing.un·bled, adjective

WORDS THAT MAY BE CONFUSED WITH bleed

bled , bleed , blood
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How to use bleed in a sentence

British Dictionary definitions for bleed

bleed
/ (bliːd) /

verb bleeds, bleeding or bled
noun
printing
  1. an illustration or sheet trimmed so that some matter is bled
  2. (as modifier)a bleed page
printing the trimmings of a sheet that has been bled

Word Origin for bleed

Old English blēdan; see blood
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Other Idioms and Phrases with bleed

bleed

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