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blood·shot

 (blŭd′shŏt′)
adj.
Red and inflamed as a result of locally congested blood vessels: bloodshot eyes.

[From obsolete bloodshotten : blood + shotten, suffused, past participle of shoot.]

bloodshot

(ˈblʌdˌʃɒt)
adj
(Pathology) (of an eye) inflamed

blood•shot

(ˈblʌdˌʃɒt)

adj.
(of the eyes) red because of dilated blood vessels.
[1545–55]
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adj.1.bloodshot - (of an eye) reddened as a result of locally congested blood vessels; inflamed; "bloodshot eyes"
unhealthy - not in or exhibiting good health in body or mind; "unhealthy ulcers"
Translations
مُحْتَقِنٌ بالدَّم
krví podlitý
blodskudt
véraláfutásos
blóîhlaupinn
podliaty krvou
kanlannmışkanlıkızarmış

bloodshot

[ˈblʌdʃɒt] ADJ [eye] (from crying, lack of sleep) → rojo, enrojecido; (from anger) → inyectado en sangre

bloodshot

[ˈblʌdʃɒt] adj [eyes] → injecté de sang

bloodshot

[ˈblʌdˌʃɒt] adj bloodshot eyesocchi iniettati di sangue

blood

(blad) noun
1. the red fluid pumped through the body by the heart. Blood poured from the wound in his side.
2. descent or ancestors. He is of royal blood.
ˈbloodless adjective
1. without the shedding of blood. a bloodless victory.
2. anaemic. She is definitely bloodless.
ˈbloody adjective
1. stained with blood. a bloody shirt; His clothes were torn and bloody.
2. bleeding. a bloody nose.
3. murderous and cruel. a bloody battle.
4. used in slang vulgarly for emphasis. That bloody car ran over my foot!
ˈbloodcurdling adjective
terrifying and horrible. a blood-curdling scream.
blood donor
a person who gives blood for use by another person in transfusion etc.
blood group/type
any one of the types into which human blood is classified. Her blood group is O.
ˈblood-poisoning noun
an infection of the blood. He is suffering from blood-poisoning.
blood pressure
the (amount of) pressure of the blood on the walls of the blood-vessels. The excitement will raise his blood pressure.
ˈbloodshed noun
deaths or shedding of blood. There was much bloodshed in the battle.
ˈbloodshot adjective
(of eyes) full of red lines and inflamed with blood.
ˈbloodstained adjective
stained with blood. a bloodstained bandage.
ˈbloodstream noun
the blood flowing through the body. The poison entered her bloodstream.
ˈblood test noun
an analysis of a patient's blood to find out if he/she has any diseases. etc.
ˈbloodthirsty adjective
1. eager to kill people. a bloodthirsty warrior.
2. (of a film etc) full of scenes in which there is much killing.
ˈbloodthirstiness noun
ˈblood transfusion noun
the process of giving blood to someone through the veins during an operation etc.
ˈblood-vessel noun
any of the tubes in the body through which the blood flows. He has burst a blood-vessel.
in cold blood
while free from excitement or passion. He killed his son in cold blood.

blood·shot

a. [eye] inyectado de sangre.

bloodshot

adj rojo (el ojo)
References in classic literature ?
His tiny bloodshot eyes looked up and down the alley- way.
Her eyes were bloodshot and the saliva had gathered in a white foam on her black lips.
She looked into his bloodshot eyes, and cast a swift glance at the decanter.
But those wild eyes met his, as the bloodshot eyes of the prairie wolves meet the eye of their leader, ere he rushes on at their head in the trail of the bison; but, alas
When they entered his office the lawyer sprang up, for Jurgis looked like a crazy person, with flying hair and bloodshot eyes.
This, sir, was purple: the lips were swelled and dark; the brow furrowed: the black eyebrows widely raised over the bloodshot eyes.
He had drank wine that evening (or I fancied it), until his eyes were bloodshot.
He had been drinking, and his eyes were red and bloodshot.
They became pillars of bloodshot smoke at the first touch of day.
But," said Mordaunt, looking at Athos and Aramis with bloodshot eyes, "these are Frenchmen, I imagine.
Gedge, the landlord of the Royal Oak, who used to turn a bloodshot eye on his neighbours in the village of Shepperton, sum up his opinion of the people in his own parish--and they were all the people he knew--in these emphatic words: "Aye, sir, I've said it often, and I'll say it again, they're a poor lot i' this parish--a poor lot, sir, big and little.
returns the other, eyeing his companion with a bloodshot eye.