bleed

to drain off liquid or gas, generally slowly, through a valve called a bleeder. To bleed down, or bleed off, means to release pressure slowly from a well or from pressurized equipment.

bleed

The printed image extends beyond the trim edge of a sheet or page. A bleed may occur at the head, front, foot and/or gutter of a page.

Bleed

Printed area which extends off the trimmed area. It is not possible to print all the way to the edge of the paper sheet. To achieve this effect it is necessary to print a larger area than is required and then trim the paper down. Typically a designer would allow an extra 3mm of bleed to colour and image areas to allow for a little leeway when trimming. ...

bleed

Type: Term Pronunciation: blēd Definitions: 1. To lose blood as a result of rupture or severance of blood vessels.
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Bleed

Printing that goes to the edge of the sheet after trimming.
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bleed

[v] - get or extort (money or other possessions) from someone 2. [v] - drain of water 3. [v] - draw blood
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Bleed

Printed matter which runs off the edge of the substrate; also used by bookbinders to describe over-cut margins and mutilated print.
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Bleed

Printing that extends to the edge of a sheet or page after trimming.
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Bleed

When a printed area extends beyond that required then this is called a bleed. 1) Print outside required area so that, once trimmed, the image extends to the edge of the paper. 2) Overlay colours to minimise any registration issues.
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Bleed

In layout: type or pictures extending beyond the trim marks of a page. Illustrations or photos (“Pics�) that spread, without margins, to the edge of the paper are referred to as “bled off�. Those that spread into the central spine area are “bleeding into the gutter�.
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Bleed

Printing term referring to an image or inked area which extends to the edge of a printed piece. The bleed is the portion of the artwork that is beyond the trim marks of the piece. The bleed is required to account for any slight misalignment during trimming which would otherwise result in an unprinted strip of paper appearing at the edge of the fini...
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Bleed

Bleed intransitive verb [ imperfect & past participle Bled ; present participle & verbal noun Bleeding .] [ Middle English bleden , Anglo-Saxon bl...dan , from bl...d blood; akin to Swedish blöda , Danish
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Bleed

Bleed transitive verb 1. To let blood from; to take or draw blood from, as by opening a vein. 2. To lose, as blood; to emit or let drop, as sap. « A decaying pine of stately size, bleeding amber. H. Miller. » 3. To draw money from (one); to induce ...
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bleed

1. To emit blood; to lose blood; to run with blood, by whatever means; as, the arm bleeds; the wound bled freely; to bleed at the nose. ... 2. To withdraw blood from the body; to let blood; as, Dr. A. Bleeds in fevers. ... 3. To lose or shed one's blood, as in case of a violent death or severe wounds; to die by violence. 'Caesar must bleed.' 'The l...
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bleed

verb drain of liquid or steam; `bleed the radiators`; `the mechanic bled the engine`
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bleed

phlebotomize verb draw blood; `In the old days, doctors routinely bled patients as part of the treatment`
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bleed

verb be diffused; `These dyes and colors are guaranteed not to run`
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Bleed

• (v. i.) To withdraw blood from the body; to let blood; as, Dr. A. bleeds in fevers. • (v. i.) To lose or shed one`s blood, as in case of a violent death or severe wounds; to die by violence. • (v. i.) To pay or lose money; to have money drawn or extorted; as, to bleed freely for a cause. • (v. t.) To let blood from; to take or...
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Bleed

Allowing a picture or ad to extend beyond the normal margin of a printed page, to the edge of the page.
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Bleed

Printing term referring to an image or inked area which extends to the edge of a printed piece. The bleed is the portion of the artwork that is beyond the trim marks of the piece. The bleed is required to account for any slight misalignment during trimming which would otherwise result in an unprinted strip of paper appearing at the edge...
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Bleed

Extension of the printed image to the trim edge of a sheet or page.
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Bleed

In printing, the extension of color to the very edge of a page. The effect is produced by printing on over-sized paper and trimming to final size.
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BLEED

The part of a printed image beyond the area to which the finished sheet will be cut.
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Bleed

Printing that extends to the edge of a sheet or page after trimming.
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Bleed

Excess printed image that is trimmed off the edge of a page. A printing term.
Found on http://www.chriswallcreative.co.uk/glossary.htm
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