bleeding

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الإنجليزية - التركية
kanama

Ayak parmağım kanamaya başladı. - My toe started bleeding.

Bir doktor derhal onun sol kolunu kesip çıkardı ve ağır kanamayı durdurdu. - A doctor quickly cut off his left arm and stopped the heavy bleeding.

{i} adet
{s} allah'ın cezası
(Dilbilim) aksatıcı
kanatma
(İnşaat) kusma
kanayarak
letans
suverme
(Otomotiv) kapalı bir sistemden hava
(Otomotiv) sızdırmak
(Otomotiv) kanatmak
sulatma
(Havacılık) yayılma
{f} kana

Kanamayı durdurmak için yara üstüne baskı uygula. - Put pressure on the wound to stop the bleeding.

Ayak parmağım kanamaya başladı. - My toe started bleeding.

kanama,n.kanama: v.kana: prep.kanayarak
(isim) Kanama, hemonaji
(sıfat) kanayan
(konuşma dili) kör olası, Allahın belası
yol/sızla/kana
(Tıp) Kanama, hemonaji
{s} lanet
{s} İng., k.dili. kör olası
kanlı
{i} regl
{i} havasını alma
{s} kanayan

Tom yerde yatan, kurşun yaraları kanayan iki adam gördü. - Tom saw two men lying on the floor, bleeding from gunshot wounds.

(Dilbilim) bozucu
terleme
kanıyor
bleeding edge
(Askeri) taşırılmış kenar baskı
bleeding screw
hava alma vidası
bleeding heart
şebboy
bleeding tooth
diş kanaması
bleeding out
dışarı kanama
bleeding tooth
dış kanaması
bleeding edge
(Askeri) TAŞIRILMIŞ KENAR BASKI: Bir kara, deniz veya hava haritasında, kartografik teferruatı pafta dışında uzatılmış kenar
bleeding heart
kız kalbi
bleeding hose
hava alma hortumu
bleeding of the nose
burun kanaması
bleeding order
(Dilbilim) bozucu kural sıralaması
bleeding period
(Fizyoloji) kanama süresi
bleeding rule
(Dilbilim) bozucu kural
bleeding tendency
sızıntı eğilimi
bleed
{f} kanamak
bleed
kan kaybetmek
bleed
hacamat etmek
bleed
boyası akmak
bleed
(Askeri) havasını almak
bleed
kan gelmek
bleed
sızmak
bleed
boya kusmak
bleed
(Matbaacılık, Basımcılık) taşma payı
bleed
boşaltmak
bleed
akıtmak
bleed
(Havacılık) hava tahliyesi
bleed
kaçırmak
internal bleeding
(Tıp) iç kanama
stem the bleeding
kanamayı durdurmak
stem the bleeding
kanamayı kesmek
bleed
kanaması olmak
bleed
içi sızlamak
bleed
kana

Bir kaza oldu. Bir adam yaralandı. Aşırı kanaması var. - There's been an accident. A man is hurt. He's bleeding badly.

Kesildiğim zaman kolayca kanarım. - I bleed easily when I am cut.

bleed
yolmak
bleed
(for ile) yüreği kan ağlamak
bleed
{f} kanını emmek
bleed
âdet görmek
bleed
söğüşlemek
bleed
acımak
bleed
(parasını) yemek
brake air bleeding
fren havasını alma
love lies bleeding
horozibiği çiçeği
withdrawal bleeding
çekilme kanaması
bleed
kan ağlamak
gastric bleeding
Mide kanaması
gum bleeding
diş eti kanamalarını
keep bleeding love
aşk kanamaya devam et
menstrual bleeding
Âdet kanaması
profuse bleeding
kanama bol
air bleeding
(İnşaat) hava alma
bleed
(Tekstil) boyasi akmak, boya kusmak
bleed
{f} k.dili. acımak, kan ağlamak: My heart bleeds for the victims of the drought. Kıtlık kurbanları için içim kan ağlıyor
bleed
{f} gaz
bleed
(Tıp) Senye: Bir yerden kan alınması (dolaşımın yükünü azaltmak için ekseriya koldan yapılır)
bleed
{f} akmak (boyası)
bleed
(fiil) kanamak; kan ağlamak; kan kaybetmek, kan almak, kanını emmek, para sızdırmak, boşaltmak (sıvı, gaz), akmak (boyası)
bleed
{f} kan almak
bleed
{f} (bled)
bleed
(Askeri) HAVASINI ALMAK: Hidrolojik frenlerde ve geri tepme tertibatında, hava boşluklarını gidermek üzere, sıvının bir kısmını akıtarak bu tertibatı yağlamak
bleed
(Tıp) [p. t. Bled.]
bleed
kanı akmak
bleed
hemofili hastalığı olan kimse
bleed
bleedertıb
bleed
akmak
bleed
sayfanın kenarına kadar basmak
bleed
çok kederli olmak
bleed
dili para çekmek
bleed
{f} boşaltmak sıvı
bleed
para sızdırmak
bleed
solmak su boşaltmak
bleed
bitkilerin özü gibi akmak
breakthrough bleeding
ani kanama
he's bleeding
kan kaybediyor
love lies bleeding
horozibiği
love lies bleeding
yabani kadife
mortar bleeding test device
(İnşaat) harç akış test cihazı
punctual bleeding
(Tıp) noktasal kanama
الإنجليزية - الإنجليزية
The flow or loss of blood from a damaged blood vessel

Internal bleeding is often difficult to detect and can lead to death in a short time.

Extremely

It turns out he was too bleeding cheap to ever drain the oil.

Present participle of bleed
extreme, outright
{n} an issue of blood, a letting of blood
flow of blood from a ruptured blood vessels
{s} exuding blood, losing blood
The separation of some of the liquid phase from a grease
also, expressing anguish or compassion
phenomenon which occurs when the dyes of a stain are redissolved by the basecoat applied on it, leaving dark spots on the surface, especially near the pores A non-bleeding colour is one which is not soluble in coatings used over it
When a substrate tends to allow it's color to matriculate through the to coat This condition is prevalent in some fillers that will allow their colored hardener to "bleed" through the primers and colors that are applied over the filler
Penetration through the tape of a coloring liquid(paint' etc ) onto the surface to which the tape is applied
In finishing, often in common pine since it is most often painted white, the wood's pigments bleed through the paint finish Usually this can be stopped by priming the material with a shellac based primer
Bleeding removes fluid from a system, such as a brake or clutch system When a technician bleeds a brake system, the old fluid is completely removed and replaced with new fluid
A phenomenon in the developing process appearing on the border between high- and low-density areas, when vigorous development action spreads from the highlightsinto the shadows and degrades the sharp cut-off line between these areas It is often noticeable around a figure silhouetted against the sky
The process of removing air and excess oil from shock absorbers A properly assembled shock absorber is considered "bled"
Process of removing any trapped air from a hydraulic system
Slowly reducing the pressure of liquid or gas from a system or cylinder by slightly opening a valve
describes what happens when there is excess dye in fabric or dye that has not been properly set The wash water will take on the color of the dye This excess dye can then settle on other fabric Soap helps release excess dye when prewashing Synthrapol® will keep dye from settling on adjacent fabrics when used in wash water
A coating defect consisting of the migration of an ingredient to the surface of a coating, or a migration, which stains in an adjacent area The term blooming is also a form of bleeding – usually associated with lubricants rather than pigments
Loss of color by a fabric or yarn when immersed in water or a solvent, as a result of improper dyeing or the use of dyes of poor quality Fabrics that bleed will stain white or lightly shaded fabrics that come in contact with them when wet
The tendency of a liquid component to separate from a liquid-solid or liquid semi-solid mixture; as an oil from a grease
A running or issuing of blood, as from the nose or a wound; a hemorrhage; the operation of letting blood, as in surgery; a drawing or running of sap from a tree or plant
the separation of the base oil from a lubricating grease
The absorption of oil or vehicle from a compound into an adjacent porous surface, and different from migration, which is the spreading or creeping of oil or vehicle from a compound out onto an adjacent non-porous surface
The effect in which one color of a dye or paint diffuses into another coating and discolors the latter
The loss or spreading of colour when coloured paper or ink comes in contact with water or other solutions
Dyed yarn which has not been washed properly after the dyeing process may bleed or run into the surrounding areas Bleeding can also occur to chemical dyes which are not stable or color fast Most common color affected is the red pigment There are some chemical treatments which can remove this bleeding
Migration to the surface of plasticizer, waxes or similar materials to form a film or beads See also Bloom
In printing, a spreading of pigment beyond the design outline or the appearance of one color through another
A migration of a liquid to the surface of a component or into/onto an adjacent material
emphasis Bleeding is used by some people to emphasize what they are saying, especially when they feel strongly about something or dislike something. the condition of losing blood from your body. an offensive way of emphasizing something when you are angry. bleeding heart Bleeding Kansas uterine bleeding
The treatment of opening a vein or applying leeches to draw blood from the patient Also means the loss of blood caused by damage to the blood vessels
The migration of material from the substrate, causing discoloration of the paint
Emitting, or appearing to emit, blood or sap, etc
{i} discharging of blood
hemorrhage
haemorrhage
venesection
dripping blood
bleeding edge
Something very current, or modern where there may actually be a hazard or risk in using it, such as with potentially unstable software. The term relates to a sword
bleeding edges
plural form of bleeding edge
bleeding heart
Any of various perennial plants, of the genus Dicentra, having pink heart-shaped flowers
bleeding hearts
plural form of bleeding heart
bleeding heck
minced oath for bleeding hell
bleeding hell
expression of surprise, contempt, outrage, disgust, boredom, frustration
bleeding time
The time it takes for bleeding to stop in a bleeding time test
bleeding time test
A test used to assess the ability of a person's blood to clot, carried out by cutting the skin and measuring the time it takes for the resulting bleeding to stop
bleeding time tests
plural form of bleeding time test
bleeding times
plural form of bleeding time
bleeding-heart
A person considered to be over-sympathetic to the supposed plight of the underprivileged or exploited
bleeding-heart
Any of several species of bird in the genus Gallicolumba of the pigeon family, native to the Philippines, characterised by a red patch on the plumage of the breast
bleeding-heart
Considered to be over-sympathetic to the supposed plight of the underprivileged or exploited
bleeding out
(Tıp, İlaç) Exsanguination (also known colloquially as bleeding out) is the fatal process of total hypovolemia (blood loss). It is most commonly known as "bleeding to death."
bleeding out
(Tıp, İlaç) Exsanguination (also known colloquially as bleeding out) is the fatal process of hypovolemia (blood loss), to a degree sufficient to cause death
bleeding to death
(Tıp, İlaç) Exsanguination (also known colloquially as bleeding out) is the fatal process of total hypovolemia (blood loss). It is most commonly known as "bleeding to death."
Bleeding Kansas
Term applied to a period of civil unrest (1854-59) between proslavery and antislavery advocates for control of the new Kansas Territory. Under the doctrine of popular sovereignty, antislavery emigrants from the North clashed with armed proslavery groups from Missouri. In 1856 a proslavery raid and burning of a hotel and newspaper in Lawrence were followed by several murders instigated by antislavery radicals under John Brown. Sporadic battles continued until Kansas was admitted to the Union as a free state in 1861
bleeding a system
(Otomotiv) To remove air bubbles from a brake system, fuel injection system, or a cooling system so that they don't impede the flow of liquid through that system
bleeding edge
1. If you are at the bleeding edge of a particular field of activity, you are involved in its most advanced or most exciting developments. McNally has spent 17 years at the bleeding edge of computing
bleeding edge
The spelling bleeding-edge is used for meaning
bleeding edge
Bleeding-edge equipment or technology is the most advanced that there is in a particular field. an RAF facility with bleeding-edge electronics and communications systems
bleeding heart
someone who is excessively sympathetic toward those who claim to be exploited or underprivileged garden plant having deep-pink drooping heart-shaped flowers
bleeding heart
someone who is excessively sympathetic toward those who claim to be exploited or underprivileged
bleeding heart
garden plant having deep-pink drooping heart-shaped flowers
bleeding heart
disapproval If you describe someone as a bleeding heart, you are criticizing them for being sympathetic towards people who are poor and suffering, without doing anything practical to help. I'm not a bleeding heart liberal. someone who feels sympathy for poor people or criminals, in a way that you think is not practical or helpful. Any of several species of Dicentra, a genus of herbaceous flowering plants of the fumitory family (Fumariaceae). The old garden favourite is the Japanese D. spectabilis, which has small rosy-red and white, heart-shaped flowers dangling from arching stems. The eastern, or wild, bleeding heart (D. eximia) produces sprays of small pink flowers from April to September in the Allegheny Mountains region of the U.S. The Pacific, or western, bleeding heart (D. formosa), ranging from California to British Columbia, has several varieties of garden interest
bleeding heart
one who feels emotion and pity for everyone and everything
bleeding profusely
bleeding a lot, bleeding heavily
bleeding tooth
gastropod having reddish toothlike projections around the shell opening; of the Caribbean area
I'm bleeding
Indicates that the speaker is bleeding
bleed
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.

bleed
To lose blood through an injured blood vessel
bleed
To remove air bubbles from a pipe containing fluids
bleed
To spread from the intended location and stain the surrounding cloth or paper
bleed
To show one's group loyalty by showing (its associated color) in one's blood

He was a devoted Vikings fan: he bled purple.

bleed
To steadily lose {something vital}

The company was bleeding talent.

bleed
An incident of bleeding, as in haemophilia
bleed
To take large amounts of money from
bleed
To let or draw blood from an animal
from the Department of the Bleeding Obvious
So obvious it was unnecessary to say

Once again, the solution comes from the Department of the Bleeding Obvious, but is worth repeating nonetheless.

love-lies-bleeding
A tropical plant, Amaranthus caudatus, that has clusters of little red flowers
bleed
{v} to lose or let blood, perish by bleeding, lose sap, feel keen distress
prone to excessive bleeding
being likely to bleed excessively, or more then normal
bleed
In artwork or film, extra image area which extends beyond the trim line [BACK]
bleed
To pay or lose money; to have money drawn or extorted; as, to bleed freely for a cause
bleed
To emit blood; to lose blood; to run with blood, by whatever means; as, the arm bleeds; the wound bled freely; to bleed at the nose
bleed
A printed area that extends beyond the trimmed edge of a page
bleed
To withdraw blood from the body; to let blood; as, Dr
bleed
get or extort (money or other possessions) from someone; "They bled me dry--I have nothing left!"
bleed
draw blood; "In the old days, doctors routinely bled patients as part of the treatment"
bleed
be diffused; "These dyes and colors are guaranteed not to run"
bleed
get or extort (money or other possessions) from someone; "They bled me dry--I have nothing left!
bleed
Printed colors that run to the edge of a the paper To accommodate the bleed, the printer must make the bleed image area larger than the final trim size The page is trimmed through the bleed area (Bleeds cost more because they require more paper )
bleed
To lose sap, gum, or juice; as, a tree or a vine bleeds when tapped or wounded
bleed
Of an animal, to lose blood through an injured blood vessel
bleed
draw blood; "In the old days, doctors routinely bled patients as part of the treatment" drain of liquid or steam; "bleed the radiators"; "the mechanic bled the engine" get or extort (money or other possessions) from someone; "They bled me dry--I have nothing left!
bleed
To let blood from; to take or draw blood from, as by opening a vein
bleed
Describes print that extends beyond the boundary of the printed sheet or page
bleed
To lose, as blood; to emit or let drop, as sap
bleed
To issue forth, or drop, as blood from an incision
bleed
lose blood from one's body
bleed
Printing that extends to the edge of a sheet or page after trimming
bleed
Ink coverage that extends beyond the edge of the page
bleed
Extra ink area that crosses trim line, used to allow for variations that occur when the reproduction is trimmed or die-cut
bleed
Any part of the printed image that extends to the trim edge of the page or across the gutter
bleed
disapproval If someone is being bled, money or other resources are gradually being taken away from them. We have been gradually bled for twelve years They mean to bleed the British to the utmost. see also nosebleed
bleed
Printing to the edge of the sheet
bleed
When an illustration extends beyond the trim edge of the page Not all web products can bleed (i e tabloid)
bleed
If the colour of one substance bleeds into the colour of another substance that it is touching, it goes into the other thing so that its colour changes in an undesirable way. The colouring pigments from the skins are not allowed to bleed into the grape juice
bleed
Extension of the printed image to the trim edge of a sheet or page
bleed
An image that extends to the edge of the paper (after trimming)
bleed
Printed image, which extends beyond the trim edge of the sheet or page The printed area that extends beyond standard copy/image area; i e , 14' x 48' standard printed copy area may have 3" of additional printing extending beyond standard copy area Based on customer requests, we are beginning to bleed images to the bottom of the board This will result in three (3) additional inches of bleed over the bottom pocketa total of 6" of bleed on the bottom
bleed
Refers to printing that extends beyond the edge of a page so that the ink meets the edge after the page is trimmed
bleed
{f} discharge blood; discharge fluid; extract blood; extract fluid; blackmail, extort money; feel sympathy; ooze, flow; print a page so that an image runs off at least one side of the page after trimming
bleed
An image or printed color that runs to the edge of the paper Since a press can not print ink right up the edge of a sheet, the image is printed on an oversized sheet and then trimmed to size Bleeding increases the amount of paper needed, which may increase the production cost of the job
bleed
When you bleed, you lose blood from your body as a result of injury or illness. His head had struck the sink and was bleeding She's going to bleed to death! + bleeding bleed·ing This results in internal bleeding
bleed
An image or printed color that runs off the edge of the paper Bleeding increases the amount of paper needed, which may increase the production cost of the job Bleeds are created by trimming the page to size after the printing is completed
bleed
To lose or shed one's blood, as in case of a violent death or severe wounds; to die by violence
bleed
The area beyond the trim line of a page where elements must fall Any element that extends to the trim line must actually extend beyond the trim At Morrison Printing Company, elements must extend to 1/8" ( 125) beyond trim
bleed
On a comics page, an image which continues up to the edge of the printed page, and beyond (Part of the artwork gets trimmed off by the printer ) More specifically: the part which gets trimmed
bleed
To draw money from (one); to induce to pay; as, they bled him freely for this fund
bleed
Allowing a picture or ad to extend beyond the normal margin of a printed page, to the edge of the page
bleed
ink that runs to the edge of the page
bleed
An image or printed colour that runs off the edge of the paper, leaving no white space Bleeding increases the amount of paper needed, which may increase the production cost of the job Bleeds are created by trimming the page to size after the printing is completed
bleed
drain of liquid or steam; "bleed the radiators"; "the mechanic bled the engine"
bleed
Other than what happens when a pressman mis-handles a metal plate, bleeds are when the printed inks run all the way to the edge of the paper To accommodate the bleed, we must make the bleed area larger than the final trim size The page is then trimmed right through the bleed area This adds cost to your job since we have to use larger paper than the final trim size
bleed
An extra amount of image that extends beyond the trim-edge of the page
bleed
the effect created when the image extends beyond the edge of the sheet or page of a printed piece
bleed
bleeds in fevers
bleed
Describes a printing effect where a graphic element or text extends beyond the edge of a page A full bleed means the printed elements will extend beyond all four edges of the page
love lies bleeding
South American plant with long drooping clusters of red flowers; amaranth
love-lies-bleeding
young leaves widely used as leaf vegetables; seeds used as cereal
uncontrollable bleeding
blood flow that cannot be stopped
uterine bleeding
Abnormal bleeding from the uterus not related to menstruation. Most common in the first few years after menarche and as menopause approaches, it is thought to occur when malfunctioning ovaries reduce blood estrogen levels. A malfunctioning hypothalamus or pituitary gland may also cause hormonally induced uterine bleeding, as can birth-control pills or hormone-replacement therapy. Some tumours produce estrogen and can alter the menstrual cycle, causing bleeding. Tumours in the uterus often bleed easily. Other causes include injury to the uterus, stress, obesity, chronic illness, psychological problems, and blood and cardiovascular disorders. Treatment is directed toward the underlying cause
التركية - الإنجليزية

تعريف bleeding في التركية الإنجليزية القاموس.

Occult Bleeding
(Tıp) Feçeste(dışkı) çıplak gözle görülemeyen kan bulunması. Diverticulosis veya Colorectal cancer gibi bazı hastalıkların belirtisi olabilir
bleeding

    الواصلة

    bleed·ing

    التركية النطق

    blidîng

    النطق

    /ˈblēdəɴɢ/ /ˈbliːdɪŋ/

    علم أصول الكلمات

    [ 'blEd ] (verb.) before 12th century. Middle English bleden, from Old English blEdan, from blOd blood.

    رصف المشتركة

    bleeding love

    فيديوهات

    ... Jane is bleeding.  She's about to die.  She's not normal.  The doctors have to change Jane ...
    ... this bleeding imagery. ...

    كلمة اليوم

    onychophagia
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