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English definition of “bleed”
/bliːd/ verb [I or T]
› FINANCE, ACCOUNTING to lose a lot of money, or to make this happen: The newspaper is bleeding money and is now almost €150 million in the red.bleed sth from sth The energy crisis is estimated to be bleeding $1.4 billion a month from the region's economy.
bleed sb/sth dry › disapproving to take all or most of the money of a person, organization, country, etc.: Unfair trade bleeds countries dry through repayments of national debts.