Translation of bloodletting in Spanish:

bloodletting

sangría, n.

Pronunciation: /ˈblədˌlɛdɪŋ//ˈblʌdlɛtɪŋ/

noun

History Medicine

  • 1

    sangría feminine
    an orgy of bloodletting una orgía de sangre
    • There are medieval scenes of bloodletting, and of doctors cauterising patients' piles, polyps, and even cataracts (ouch).
    • Today, many medical practices such as bloodletting are no longer used.
    • There has been a health care crisis since we were bloodletting.
    • But the range of surgical expertise dealt largely with the surface of the body: for example cautery, bloodletting, and draining boils and abscesses.
    • Then, your doctor might have recommended such treatments as bloodletting or taking dangerous doses of sulfur and mercury.