to hemorrhage

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Englisch - Türkisch
kan boşalmak
kan akması

Ben on dört yaşındayken babam subaraknoid kanama yüzünden öldü. - My father died of a subarachnoid hemorrhage when I was fourteen.

{i} kan kaybetme
kan akış
hemorrhagic kanamaya ait
i., tıb. kanama
Englisch - Englisch
To bleed copiously

He's hemorrhaging!.

To lose (something) in copious quantities

The company hemorrhaged money until eventually it went bankrupt.

discharge of blood from a ruptured or wounded blood-vessel
{n} a great flux of blood, a bloody flux
the escape of blood from the vessel, often in excessive amounts In the eye, collections of blood in front of, within or behind the retina
excessive or uncontrolled bleeding
an abnormal severe internal or external discharge of blood It may be venous, arterial or capillary from blood vessels into tissues, into or from the body
Abnormal discharge of blood, either external or internal
Profuse and abnormal bleeding
{i} profuse flow of blood, bleeding
An escape of blood from the vessels
Bleeding either to the outside through the skin or internally
loss of blood from a vessel; a bleeding
Internal bleeding often caused by rupture of an aneurysm
Bleeding due to the escape of blood from a blood vessel
The dramatic and sudden loss of a large amount of blood from circulation, either internally or externally
{f} bleed heavily, suffer a hemorrhage
Any discharge of blood from the blood vessels
A heavy release of blood within or from the body
the release of blood from a ruptured blood vessel
excessive bleeding
A general term for loss of blood, often profuse, brought about by injury to the blood vessels or by a deficiency of certain necessary blood elements such as platelets
flow of blood from a ruptured blood vessels
leaking of blood from the vessels
see haemorrhage. the American spelling of haemorrhage (hémorrhagie, from haemorrhagia, from , from haima ( HEMO-) + -rrhagia ). Escape of blood from blood vessels into surrounding tissue. When a vessel is injured, hemorrhage continues as long as the vessel remains open and the pressure in it exceeds the pressure outside of it. Normally, coagulation closes the vessel and stops the bleeding. Uncontrolled hemorrhage can result from anticoagulant therapy, hemophilia, or severe blood-vessel damage, leading to excessive blood loss and shock
lose blood from one's body
heavy or uncontrollable bleeding
Rupture of one or more blood vessels in vocal fold tissues
A copious discharge of blood from the blood vessels
to hemorrhage


    to hem·or·rhage

    Türkische aussprache

    tı hemrıc


    /tə ˈhemrəʤ/ /tə ˈhɛmrəʤ/


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