bleed bleed  /b ˈlid/

Definition(s):

  1. (v) lose blood from one's body
  2. (v) draw blood
  3. (v) get or extort (money or other possessions) from someone
  4. (v) be diffused
  5. (v) drain of liquid or steam

Derived Word(s)

Usage(s):

  1. Rates apply to bleed and non-bleed creative.
  2. Rates apply to bleed and non-bleed creative.
  3. The 100 others have simply melted away, dropping out in a slow, steady bleed that has left the town wondering how it could have let down so many of its kids.

News

  1. Weekly ETF Flows: Int'l Bonds Bleed Assets

    Weekly ETF Flows: Int'l Bonds Bleed Assets
    on June 22, 2013     Source: Nasdaq

  2. Bleak outlook for AngloGold Ashanti

    Traders continue to bleed the upside out of gold miners and, once again, AngloGold Ashanti is the victim. optionMONSTER's tracking programs detected the sale of some 5,500 October 14 calls for $1.67 and ...
    on June 21, 2013     Source: optionMONSTER via Yahoo! Finance

  3. Weatherman Bill Evans Claims His Wife Made His Testicles Bleed During Fight

    Marriage is hard, and divorce is usually worse: sometimes your ex sends you poo-covered alimony checks , and sometimes your ex scratches your testicles so hard you bleed. That's what ABC weatherman Bill Evans claims his soon-to-be ex-wife did to him. We imagine it was raining pure pain that day. [ more › ]
    on June 19, 2013     Source: Gothamist

Quotes

  1. "All of you know that I have always, and will always bleed purple," Yang wrote Monday memo to employees, referring to the company's official color.
    on Nov 18, 2008 By: Jerry Yang Source: Boston Globe (registration)

  2. "The only logical conclusion I can come to is that somebody wanted it to bleed into the march so that they can do some target practice on some of the immigrants that were marching," Nunez said.
    on May 2, 2007 By: Fabian Nunez Source: Forbes

  3. "While we are fighting for our honor and dignity against an enemy who wants our destruction and wants us to bleed, once again we want to open a way for negotiations," Karzai told thousands gathered at the main Shiite Muslim mosque in Kabul.
    on Jan 29, 2007 By: Hamid Karzai Source: Washington Post

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