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Adjective
/ˈblēdiNG/,
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Used for emphasis or to express annoyance,
  1. Used for emphasis or to express annoyance


  1. the flow of blood from a ruptured blood vessel
  2. (bleed) draw blood; "In the old days, doctors routinely bled patients as part of the treatment"
  3. (bleed) get or extort (money or other possessions) from someone; "They bled me dry--I have nothing left!"
  4. (bleed) run: be diffused; "These dyes and colors are guaranteed not to run"
  5. (bleed) drain of liquid or steam; "bleed the radiators"; "the mechanic bled the engine"
  6. 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. ...
  7. 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".
  8. "Bleeding" is the upcoming lead single by the band Another Animal from their album Stone, which is set to be released on January 4, 2011. The song will premiere on radio networks everywhere and on the internet on September 1, 2010. ...
  9. In rendering, clipping refers to an optimization where the computer only draws things that might be visible to the viewer.
  10. "Bleeding" is the debut single by Finnish band Lovex, released in 2005.
  11. The Bleeding is the fourth studio album by American death metal band Cannibal Corpse, released in 1994 through Metal Blade Records. It is the last album featuring singer and founding member Chris Barnes and is the first album featuring guitarist Rob Barrett. ...
  12. (bleed) 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 ...
  13. (Bleed) Extra ink area that crosses trim line; used to allow for variations that occur when the reproduction is trimmed or die-cut.
  14. (Bleed) In screen-printing, bleed refers to the portion of an image that extends beyond the area of the finished print. When the print is cut or die-cut, the bleed is cut away. Bleed is also used to describe the area where one color overprints or traps another for purposes of registration. ...
  15. (Bleed) To drain a pipe of excess air by opening a valve at the end of the pipe.
  16. (Bleed) in printing, an image that extends off the edge of the page or envelope. Envelopes with bleed generally must be printed before they are folded, since the fold line runs through the printed image.
  17. (bleed) Consistently losing chips through bad play, possibly resulting from tilt. When a player is consistently losing chips, it is referred to as “bleeding chips”.
  18. (Bleed) layout, type or pictures that extend beyond the trim marks on a page. Illustrations that spread to the edge of the paper without margins are referred to as 'bled off'.
  19. (Bleed) Printed colors that extend past the edge of a page. To cut the job to its actual size the processor has to make sure the job gets printed with 1/8 of an inch bleed, some jobs may require more than that. For example if the job is a business card (3. ...
  20. (Bleed) v. To attack, injure, or kill.
  21. (Bleed) When any image or element on a page touches the edge of the page, leaving no margin it is said to bleed. It may bleed or extend off one or more sides. ...
  22. (Bleed) the part of a printed image which extends outside the area to which the finished sheet will be cut.
  23. (bleed) (1) the spreading or migration of an ink component or dye into an area where it is not wanted; (2) the spreading or running of a pigment color by action of a solvent; (3) color printed to or beyond the finished outer edges of a substrate; (4) the part of the page that is trimmed off, ...
  24. (Bleed) Color or images running past the edge of a printed page. This is done by printing on larger paper and trimming to the final size.
  25. (Bleed) Where the image to be printed extends over the crop marks (usually by 3mm).  This ensures the print on the finished documents will run to the edges after trimming and avoids leaving a white border.