bleed englannista suomeksi
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To steadily lose (something vital).
To bleed on; to make bloody.
- And so Sir Trystrames bledde bothe the over-shete and the neyther-shete, and the pylowes and the hede-shete
To show one's group loyalty by showing (its associated color) in one's blood.
To lose sap, gum, or juice.
To issue forth, or drop, like blood from an incision.
(RQ:Pope Windsor Forest)
To destroy the environment where another phonological rule would have applied.
To (cause to) extend to the edge of the page, without leaving any margin.
1998, ''Macmillan Dictionary of Marketing and Advertising'' (page 35)
- Full-page and double-page colour advertisements in the Sunday colour magazines usually bleed off the page' (or are 'bled to the margin'), (..)
2004, Dorothy A. Bowles, Diane L. Borden, ''Creative Editing'' (page 361)
- Too, bleeding beyond margins provides editors with several picas of space for more layout.
''Most of the sectors are bleeding, particularly the resources sector.''
An incident of bleeding, as in haemophilia.
A system for tapping hot, high-pressure air from a turbine engine for purposes such as cabin pressurization and airframe anti-icing.
(senseid) A narrow edge around a page layout, to be printed but cut off afterwards (added to allow for slight misalignment, especially with pictures that should run to the edge of the finished sheet).
The situation where sound is picked up by a microphone from a source other than that which is intended.
The removal of air bubbles from a pipe containing other fluids.