Definition of “gore” - English Dictionary

“gore” in British English

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gorenoun [ U ]

uk /ɡɔːr/ us /ɡɔːr/

blood that has come from an injury and become thick:

It's a good film, but there's a lot of blood and gore in it (= pictures of people being badly injured).

goreverb [ T ]

uk /ɡɔːr/ us /ɡɔːr/

(Definition of “gore” from the Cambridge Advanced Learner's Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)

“gore” in American English

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goreverb [ T ]

us /ɡɔr, ɡoʊr/

gore verb [ T ] (INJURE)

(of an animal) to cause an injury with the horns or tusks (= long, curved teeth):

The bullfighter was almost gored to death.

gorenoun [ U ]

us /ɡɔr, ɡoʊr/

gore noun [ U ] (BLOOD)

blood that has come from an injury and become thick

(Definition of “gore” from the Cambridge Academic Content Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)