Translation of bleed in Spanish:

bleed

sangrar, v.

Pronunciation /bliːd//blid/

intransitive verb

  • 1

    (person/wound) sangrar
    my nose is bleeding me sale sangre de la nariz
    • he bled all over the sofa manchó de sangre todo el sofá
    • he bled to death murió desangrado
    • he was bleeding internally tenía una hemorragia interna
    • You know that some group of people will arrive bleeding and broken wearing Viking helmets or the togas of a gospel choir.
    • How long should they continue to bleed for their unattainable aim?
    • If I put pen to paper, I'd pour out all the anger and raw pain that had filled me since Michael had left, I'd rip out the stitches and let my emotions bleed over the page and my guitar.
    • Agonising over even the demonstrably dead Afghans bleeding on newspaper front pages does not suit patriotic fervour for this lovely war.
    • He knew he was bleeding by the wetness seeping down his leg, but he lacked the will to check out his injury.
    • It's caused by the lining of the womb appearing in places where it shouldn't outside of the womb but still responding to hormones, growing and bleeding monthly.
    • And even then, we would continue to bleed slowly from IED attacks and ambushes on a regular basis.
    • It is imperative that each side branch of the saphenous vein be identified and bleeding be controlled before division.
    • So a dream of bleeding gums would indicate a loss of life force through the suppression of thoughts and feelings, and lack of support for one's decisions.
    • Several years later, the man named Paldawar would die, bleeding out on the floor of a dirty hotel room in the middle of the night.
    • The man, who is in his 20s, suffered internal bleeding and a suspected broken pelvis when the blue Subaru Impreza left the road, hit a fence post and shot down into a field.
    • Through the camera pictures, you can see if there's a person lying bleeding or a gunman still present.
    • He was going for an Xray of his lungs as he'd continued to bleed from his lungs and mouth.
    • In Hill's Western Front context, it might very well be ‘a word which, horribly, blends the bleeding men with the rain and mud’.
    • One of the children, a 15-year-old boy, says some of his friends bled and some areas were swollen where the girls had punctured them.
    • Dazed, he scrambled to his feet and discovered he was bleeding in the chest area.
    • William Golding once wrote that you know you're a writer when you sit and stare at a page until your forehead bleeds.
    • His clothes were torn and he was bleeding heavily in multiple areas.
    • The other freed Briton, Mark Covell, 33, remains in an Italian hospital where he is being treated for internal bleeding and broken ribs.
    • The area bled when probed, and the adjacent palatal tissue appeared to be folded.
    • If the operated ear continues to bleed, get yourself examined again to properly assess the condition of the ear.
    • Feel free to swim within a half hour of eating, or go into the water with bleeding open wounds.
    • A heavy blow to the temple from a full alcopop bottle left him bleeding heavily and as he tried to drive off, the group climbed on to his car and attempted to break the windows.
    • It was a shallow burn into my flesh, but enough surface area to make it bleed profusely, and added to that, my veins tend to be very close to the surface of my skin.
    • And they are going to continue bleeding until the next election.
    • Dr Mason then severed two nerves during the second operation, causing severe bleeding to the patient.
  • 2

    Botany

    exudar savia o resina

  • 3

    (run)
    (color/dye) correrse
    • The color bleeds out of some fabric; and may deposit itself into other fabric.
    • But this bulletproof, bullheaded mind-set may bleed over into other areas of life.
    • After they finished each color, they put tape in between each section, so that the colors wouldn't bleed into each other.
    • In the event that too ambitious trimming results in bleeding, styptic powder should be applied to the wounded nail.
    • He sets the world of his movie right beside the world of Nosferatu - so much so that you scarcely notice when the colour bleeds out and the original film takes over.
    • When used for the sort of times that might be useful, even at high dilutions, it causes the colour to bleed badly in the wash.
    • The colours began to bleed into one another as the shapes lost their form.
    • As the sun sets, the colour bleeds from the sand until the dunes are ghostly white.
    • What remains as a memory, though the colour has bled away, is the fast scudding of clouds, and the rush of sound over my head, the wind in the trees: as if the waters of life have begun to flow.
    • The faux fur was drenched in water and the cheap dye bled on Becca's hands.
    • Colors are moderately saturated, though a few of the British redcoats are so bright red that the color bleeds somewhat.
    • I heard that the color red bleeds in Saturday Night Fever, but that they had cleaned it up for this transfer.
    • Information technology continues to improve exponentially, and this progress bleeds over into adjacent fields such as genetics, robotics and nanotechnology.
    • The dye should easily bleed from one sheet to the next.
    • My bamboo needles have taken on a reddish hue, so I'm pretty sure the colours will bleed.
    • The reactive dye process is permanent; the colors will not bleed or fade.
    • She often employs a scraping treatment that qualifies color by allowing the underlying areas to bleed through.
    • As he works, color emerges as it bleeds from the pencils or graphite.
    • In the past, the only contrast was between the grey tinge of the hard-boiled egg and the beetroot dye bleeding all over the plate.
    • When using fresh berries in cakes, you must fold them in very gently so as not to bruise them, which will result in the glorious colour bleeding into the mixture.

transitive verb

  • 1

    Medicine
    sangrar
    hacerle una sangría a
    • And even if the doctor lived next door and you could call her, she would only bleed you and put smelly poultices on your forehead to balance your humors.
    • He had bled her twice already, in the hopes of relieving her fevered mind, but it had not made any visible difference.
    • They are like the doctors of old who sincerely believed bleeding the patient was the way to get rid of the disease because that is what their textbooks and wise men told them.
    • There were razors in the medicine cabinet that could bleed him out, painkillers behind the mirrored glass that could put him to sleep forever.
    • But Pangloss says this will only happen if he has money because being bled and having an enema require payment.
    • There was no need for physicians to bleed residents of this part of Ohio because the mosquitoes did the job.
    • The standard treatment for haemochromitosis is for the patient to be bled, to have a pint of blood removed in a method very similar to that of blood donation, at regular intervals.
    • It's like treating TB or typhus by bleeding the patient with an unsterilised knife - it's a new century folks.
    • Legend says that he was bled to death by a treacherous nun at Kirklees in Yorkshire.
    • Patients have bled themselves into anemia and then showed up at a doctor's office stating they haven't a clue about how they became so ill.
    • I can just bleed you and make sure that you still have enough to live.
    • But despite the fact that the doctors treated him, bled him, and gave him medicines to drink - he recovered.
    • This painting of a Greek vase, dating from 480-460 BC, depicts a surgeon bleeding his patient.
    • He bled me with a clean blade and checked my blood for anything unusual.
    • When the patient recovered consciousness, Rush would examine the pulse and bleed the patient again if necessary.
    • The last doctor bled her, but she did not improve.
    • Freud argued explicitly that, since the mind was constantly being replenished with its mental fluid, the libido, it would have to be bled in much the same way as doctors bled the diseased body.
    • Indeed individual patients were often bled by 50-60 leeches at the same time and on consecutive days!
    • When no immediate improvement materialised, his doctor bled him more copiously.
    • If the patient is ill, let's bleed him a little more.
    • I can bleed her and lance the infection, but's that all.
    • It wasn't deep enough to bleed her to death, but enough to sting and ensure she'd scar.
    • One sleeve was missing, and his left arm was laced with self-inflicted scars, evidence of his many attempts to bleed himself to death.
  • 2

    (brakes/radiator) purgar
    • Bleed your water heater every six months or so.
    • Eventually, we will all need to do some work on our brake system that will result in the need to bleed the system.
    • How do you bleed the air from brake lines of 2002 Lincoln LS?
    • Then bleed the air out of the hose, remove the tool and open the regulator to bleed the air in the tank.
    • Fill the tube with water and bleed the water down using the high bleed on the gauge.
  • 3

    (air/fluid) purgar
    (air/fluid) sacar
    to bleed sth from / out of sth purgar / sacar algo de algo
    • And because there is no air going into the radiators there is no need to bleed them, so they are also likely to last longer.
    • The cabin life support system will be designed to bleed cabin air during launch to equalize cabin pressure and ambient pressure up to a specified altitude.
    • CO 2 was bled into the gas loop as required, beginning 5 h into the photoperiod.
    • Trainline reservoir air was bled from inbound railroad cars before they were weighed at #3 or #5 track scales.
    • Once all were safely inside, air inside of the space yard was bled out, and the huge airlock began to open.
    • A properly operating hydronic system seldom needs to be bled.
    • Then bleed the air out of the hose, remove the tool and open the regulator to bleed the air in the tank.
    • A gas operating system bleeds gas out of the barrel - usually near the muzzle - and uses it to push an operating rod, or the bolt, to the rear.
    • Other heat is bled into injector delivery pipes too - even though carried along the boiler they're hard to thaw; sometimes you need a fusee.
    • Then attach a hose, turn the valve on and bleed that line alone.
    • When turning the water back on in your home, always run the outside hose valve or flush your toilets to bleed dirt and air from the lines.
    • Gas flow to the assimilation chamber was measured by a mass-flow controller, and gas was also bled off to serve as the reference gas for the CO 2 and humidity measurements.
    • Once ignited, the base burner unit bleeds hot gas which causes the flow of air at the base to be less turbulent.
    • The chambers were bled at a rate that would prevent build-up of gases produced in the soil such as ethylene or CO 2.
    • These materials slow setting times, which can delay bleed water, which makes the delayed bleeding due to high air contents more problematic.
    • The gas did not affect any horses, and Billings fire crews monitored the gas fumes while utility crews shut down the line and bled the pressure out of it.
    • Dragged backward by the buckle, Jimmy bleeds some air into his dry suit but then finds himself too buoyant so that he ascends and collides with the ice above.
    • I was in the process of bleeding the water cooling system when I took this pic - you can still see the tiny air-bubbles.
    • It cannot be over inflated, as there is an overflow valve that bleeds excess air from the system.
    • It's almost impossible to bleed air from the cooling system, so a special tool should be used to put the system under vacuum before filling.