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bleed

US [blid]
UK [bliːd]
  • v.流血;失血;给(某人)放血;长期榨取(某人的钱)
  • n.【印】出血版
  • adj.【印】出血版的
  • Web使出血;渗出;放气
Past Tense:bled  Simple Present:bleeds  Present Participle:bleeding  
bleed
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v.
1.
[i]
流血;失血to lose blood, especially from a wound or an injury
My finger's bleeding.
我的手指出血了。
She slowly bled to death .
她慢慢地失血死去。
He was bleeding from a gash on his head.
他头上的伤口在出血。
2.
[t]
~ sb
给(某人)放血to take blood from sb as a way of treating disease
3.
[t]
(informal)
~ sb (for sth)
长期榨取(某人的钱)to force sb to pay a lot of money over a period of time
My ex-wife is bleeding me for every penny I have.
我的前妻不断地榨取我的每一分钱。
4.
[t]
~ sth
放掉气体或水(以使某物运行正常);抽干to remove air or liquid from sth so that it works correctly
5.
[i]
~ (into sth)
散开;渗开to spread from one area of sth to another area
Keep the paint fairly dry so that the colours don't bleed into each other.
涂料尽量干一些,以免颜色相互渗透。

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