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steeped in blood

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used to describe a place where many people have died in a violent way, or a person responsible for the deaths of many people: The castle's history is steeped in blood.
Translations of “steeped in blood”
in Chinese (Traditional) (地方)浸滿鮮血的, (人)雙手沾滿鮮血的…
in Chinese (Simplified) (地方)浸满鲜血的, (人)双手沾满鲜血的…
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