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bleeding

adjective [before noun] uk   us   /ˈbliː.dɪŋ/ UK slang
used when you are annoyed with something: I can't get the bleeding car to start!
Translations of “bleeding”
in Korean 출혈…
in Arabic نَزيف…
in Portuguese sangramento…
in Catalan hemorràgia…
in Japanese 出血…
in Italian emorragia…
in Chinese (Traditional) 該死的(用於你對某事不耐煩)…
in Chinese (Simplified) 该死的(用于你对某事不耐烦)…
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