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blood·y

 (blŭd′ē)
adj. blood·i·er, blood·i·est
1. Stained with blood.
2. Of, characteristic of, or containing blood.
3. Accompanied by or giving rise to bloodshed: a bloody fight.
4. Bloodthirsty.
5. Suggesting the color of blood; blood-red.
6. Chiefly British Slang Used as an intensive: "Everyone wants to have a convict in his bloody family tree" (Robert Hughes).
adv.
Chiefly British Slang Used as an intensive: bloody well right.
tr.v. blood·ied, blood·y·ing, blood·ies
1. To stain, spot, or color with or as if with blood.
2. To make bleed, as by injuring or wounding: The troops were bloodied in the skirmish.

blood′i·ly adv.
blood′i·ness n.

bloody

(ˈblʌdɪ)
adj, bloodier or bloodiest
1. covered or stained with blood
2. resembling or composed of blood
3. marked by much killing and bloodshed: a bloody war.
4. cruel or murderous: a bloody tyrant.
5. (Colours) of a deep red colour; blood-red
adv, adj
slang chiefly Brit (intensifier): a bloody fool; bloody fine food.
vb, bloodies, bloodying or bloodied
(tr) to stain with blood
ˈbloodily adv
ˈbloodiness n

blood•y

(ˈblʌd i)

adj. blood•i•er, blood•i•est, adj.
1. stained or covered with blood.
2. bleeding: a bloody nose.
3. characterized by bloodshed: bloody battles.
4. inclined to bloodshed; bloodthirsty.
6. containing or composed of blood.
7. Chiefly Brit. Slang. (used as an intensifier): a bloody shame.
v.t.
8. to stain or smear with blood.
9. to cause to bleed.
adv.
10. Chiefly Brit. Slang. (used as an intensifier): bloody awful.
[before 1000]
blood′i•ly, adv.
blood′i•ness, n.

bloody


Past participle: bloodied
Gerund: bloodying

Imperative
bloody
bloody
Present
I bloody
you bloody
he/she/it bloodies
we bloody
you bloody
they bloody
Preterite
I bloodied
you bloodied
he/she/it bloodied
we bloodied
you bloodied
they bloodied
Present Continuous
I am bloodying
you are bloodying
he/she/it is bloodying
we are bloodying
you are bloodying
they are bloodying
Present Perfect
I have bloodied
you have bloodied
he/she/it has bloodied
we have bloodied
you have bloodied
they have bloodied
Past Continuous
I was bloodying
you were bloodying
he/she/it was bloodying
we were bloodying
you were bloodying
they were bloodying
Past Perfect
I had bloodied
you had bloodied
he/she/it had bloodied
we had bloodied
you had bloodied
they had bloodied
Future
I will bloody
you will bloody
he/she/it will bloody
we will bloody
you will bloody
they will bloody
Future Perfect
I will have bloodied
you will have bloodied
he/she/it will have bloodied
we will have bloodied
you will have bloodied
they will have bloodied
Future Continuous
I will be bloodying
you will be bloodying
he/she/it will be bloodying
we will be bloodying
you will be bloodying
they will be bloodying
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been bloodying
you have been bloodying
he/she/it has been bloodying
we have been bloodying
you have been bloodying
they have been bloodying
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been bloodying
you will have been bloodying
he/she/it will have been bloodying
we will have been bloodying
you will have been bloodying
they will have been bloodying
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been bloodying
you had been bloodying
he/she/it had been bloodying
we had been bloodying
you had been bloodying
they had been bloodying
Conditional
I would bloody
you would bloody
he/she/it would bloody
we would bloody
you would bloody
they would bloody
Past Conditional
I would have bloodied
you would have bloodied
he/she/it would have bloodied
we would have bloodied
you would have bloodied
they would have bloodied
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Verb1.bloody - cover with blood; "bloody your hands"
spread over, cover - form a cover over; "The grass covered the grave"
Adj.1.bloody - having or covered with or accompanied by blood; "a bloody nose"; "your scarf is all bloody"; "the effects will be violent and probably bloody"; "a bloody fight"
merciless, unmerciful - having or showing no mercy; "the merciless enemy"; "a merciless critic"; "gave him a merciless beating"
bloodless - free from blood or bloodshed; "bloodless surgery"; "a bloodless coup"
2.bloody - informal intensifiersbloody - informal intensifiers; "what a bally (or blinking) nuisance"; "a bloody fool"; "a crashing bore"; "you flaming idiot"
unmitigated - not diminished or moderated in intensity or severity; sometimes used as an intensifier; "unmitigated suffering"; "an unmitigated horror"; "an unmitigated lie"
Adv.1.bloody - extremelybloody - extremely; "you are bloody right"; "Why are you so all-fired aggressive?"
intensifier, intensive - a modifier that has little meaning except to intensify the meaning it modifies; "`up' in `finished up' is an intensifier"; "`honestly' in `I honestly don't know' is an intensifier"

bloody

adjective
1. (Slang) damned, flaming, fucking (taboo slang), bleeding, blooming, freaking (slang, chiefly U.S.), rotten, blinking, confounded, ruddy, infernal, deuced, wretched, frigging (taboo slang) I just assumed they were bloody idiot tourists.
2. cruel, fierce, savage, brutal, vicious, ferocious, cut-throat, warlike, barbarous, sanguinary Forty-three demonstrators were killed in bloody chaos.
3. bloodstained, raw, bleeding, blood-soaked, blood-spattered His fingers were bloody and cracked.

bloody

adjective
1. Of or covered with blood:
2. Attended by or causing bloodshed:
4. So annoying or detestable as to deserve condemnation:
Informal: blamed, damned.
Chiefly British: blooming, ruddy.
verb
To cover with blood:
Translations
دَمَوي، ميّالٌ إلى سَفْكِ الدِّماءدَمَوِيّلَعين، مَلْعونمُلَطَّخٌ بالدَّميَنْزِفُ دماًا
krvavýzatracenýzkrvavenýkrvácející
blodigblodplettetforbandedesatansblødende
verinen
krvav
véres
blæîandiblóîugurblóîugur, blóîi drifinn; mannskæîurbölvaîur
血まみれの
피투성이의
sângeros
krvavkrvavečprekletprekletovražje
blodig
เต็มไปด้วยเลือด
kanlıAllahın belâsıçok kan dökülenkana bulanmışkanayan
đẫm máu

bloody

[ˈblʌdɪ]
A. ADJ (bloodier (compar) (bloodiest (superl)))
1. (lit) (= bloodstained) [hands, dress] → ensangrentado, manchado de sangre; (= cruel) [battle] → sangriento, cruento (frm); [steak] → sanguinolento
her fingers were cracked and bloodysus dedos estaban agrietados y sangraban
to give sb a bloody noseromper la nariz a algn
2. (Brit) shut the bloody door!¡cierra la puerta, coño!, ¡me cago en diez, cierra esa puerta!
that bloody dog!¡ese puñetero perro!
you bloody idiot!¡maldito imbécil!
I'm a bloody genius!¡la leche, soy un genio!, ¡joder, qué genio soy!
bloody hell!¡maldita sea!, ¡joder!
B. ADV (Brit) not bloody likely!¡ni hablar!, ¡ni de coña!
he can bloody well do it himself!¡que lo haga él, leche! or coño!
that's no bloody good!¡me cago en la mar, eso no vale para nada!, ¡eso no vale para nada, joder!
it's a bloody awful placees un sitio asqueroso, es un sitio de mierda
he runs bloody fastcorre que se las pela, corre (de) la hostia
C. VT he had bloodied his knee when he fellse había hecho sangre en la rodilla al caer
she stared at her bloodied handsse miró las manos manchadas de sangre
he was bloodied but unbowed (fig) → había sufrido pero no se daba por vencido
D. CPD Bloody Mary Nbloody mary m

bloody

[ˈblʌdi]
adj
[war, riot] → sanglant(e)
[knife, fingers] → ensanglanté(e); [nose] → en sang
(British) [man, woman, thing] → foutu(e)
that bloody television → cette foutue télévision
bloody hell! → merde!
adv (British) (= really) bloody awful → totalement nul(le)
bloody good → vachement bon(ne), sacrément bon(ne)
bloody difficult → sacrément difficile
vt [+ knee, nose] → ensanglanterBloody Mary bloody mary [ˌblʌdiˈmɛəri] nbloody mary mbloody-minded [ˌblʌdiˈmaɪndɪd] adj (British) [person] → obstiné(e); [determination, persistence] → obstiné(e); [attitude] → buté(e)

bloody

adj (+er)
(lit) nose, bandage, battleblutig; to give somebody a bloody nose (fig) (in contest) → jdm einen Denkzettel verpassen; (in war) → jdm eine Niederlage beibringen
(Brit inf: = damned) → verdammt (inf), → Scheiß- (inf); (in positive sense) genius, wonderecht (inf), → verdammt (inf); it was a bloody nuisance/waste of timeMann or Mensch, das war vielleicht ein Quatsch (inf)or Scheiß (inf)/das war reine Zeitverschwendung; it was there all the bloody timeMann (inf)or Mensch (inf)or Scheiße (inf), → das war schon die ganze Zeit da; I haven’t got any bloody timeverdammt noch mal, ich hab keine Zeit (inf); he hasn’t got a bloody hopeMensch or Mann, der hat doch überhaupt keine Chance (inf); bloody hell!verdammt! (inf), → Scheiße! (inf); (in indignation) → verdammt noch mal! (inf); (in amazement) → Menschenskind! (inf), → meine Fresse! (sl); he is a bloody marveler ist echt or verdammt gut (inf)
(inf, = awful) → gräulich (inf); person, behaviourabscheulich
adv (Brit inf) → verdammt (inf), → saumäßig (inf); hot, cold, stupidsau- (inf); (in positive sense) good, brilliantecht (inf), → verdammt (inf); that’s bloody useless, that’s no bloody gooddas ist doch Scheiße (inf); not bloody likelyda ist überhaupt nichts drin (inf); he can bloody well do it himselfdas soll er schön alleine machen, verdammt noch mal! (inf)
vtblutig machen

bloody

[ˈblʌdɪ]
1. adj
a. (bleeding) → sanguinante, che sanguina; (bloodstained) → insanguinato/a; (cruel, battle, feud) → sanguinoso/a
b. (Brit) (fam) → maledetto/a, dannato/a
this bloody ... → questo maledetto...
bloody good → maledettamente buono/a
a bloody awful day → una giornata di merda
bloody hell! → porca miseria!
I'm a bloody genius! → madonna, che genio che sono!
2. adv (Brit) (fam) that's no bloody good!questo non serve a un cavolo!
she runs bloody fast! → cavolo, se corre veloce!

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.

bloody

دَمَوِيّ krvavý blodig blutig αιματηρός ensangrentado, sangriento verinen sanglant krvav sanguinoso 血まみれの 피투성이의 bloederig blodig krwawy ensanguentado, sangrento кровавый blodig เต็มไปด้วยเลือด kanlı đẫm máu 血腥的

bloody

a. ensangrentado-a, con sangre, sanguinolento-a, cruento.

bloody

adj sanguinolento (form), con sangre; — discharge secreción sanguinolenta, secreción con sangre; — nose (fam) hemorragia nasal (form), sangrado nasal or por la nariz; — show (obst) sangrado vaginal (antes de la expulsión del feto)
References in classic literature ?
It became, emphatically, the bloody arena, in which most of the battles for the mastery of the colonies were contested.
There were many rumors, some of which have vaguely drifted down to the present time, how that appearances indicated violence; that there were the marks of fingers on his throat, and the print of a bloody hand on his plaited ruff; and that his peaked beard was dishevelled, as if it had been fiercely clutched and pulled.
An old soldier might be supposed to prize only the bloody laurel on his brow; but here was one who seemed to have a young girl's appreciation of the floral tribe.
Then the prisoner was sworn--a forlorn object, haggard and unshorn, with an arm done up in a filthy bandage, a cheek and head cut, and bloody, and one eye purplish black and entirely closed.
latest called of nations,--called to the crown of thorns, the scourge, the bloody sweat, the cross of agony,--this is to be thy victory; by this shalt thou reign with Christ when his kingdom shall come on earth.
If a thousand men were not to pay their tax bills this year, that would not be a violent and bloody measure, as it would be to pay them, and enable the State to commit violence and shed innocent blood.
This poor woman had been stoned until she hardly looked human, she was so battered and bloody.
Well, they had no difficulty in recalling that dramatic episode, for it had occurred only a few days before; and a version of it that would have melted the stoniest heart had been presented to every girl in the village by Minnie Smellie herself, who, though it was Rebecca and not she who came off victorious in the bloody battle of words, nursed her resentment and intended to have revenge.
In the course of his Narrative, he relates two in- stances of murderous cruelty,--in one of which a planter deliberately shot a slave belonging to a neigh- boring plantation, who had unintentionally gotten within his lordly domain in quest of fish; and in the other, an overseer blew out the brains of a slave who had fled to a stream of water to escape a bloody scourging.
Rochester put the now bloody sponge into my hand, and I proceeded to use it as he had done.
The bloody battle alluded to in the text, fought and won by King Harold, over his brother the rebellious Tosti, and an auxiliary force of Danes or Norsemen, was said, in the text, and a corresponding note, to have taken place at Stamford, in Leicestershire, and upon the river Welland.
A grim smile forced itself to my lips as I thought of the rude awakening that lay in store for the ruler of Okar, and my itching fingers fondled the hilt of my bloody sword.