Bleeding

Discolouration of a new applied coating caused by staining componentns of previous coatings 'bleeding' to the surface. Usually associated with coatings applied over coal tar or bitumen or paints containing inferior organic pigments.

bleeding

  1. flow of blood from a ruptured blood vessels
  2. lose blood from one's body
  3. draw blood
  4. get or extort (money or other possessions) from someone
  5. be diffused
  6. drain of water

Bleeding

Bleeding, technically known as hemorrhaging or hæmorrhaging (see American and British spelling differences), is blood escaping from the circulatory system. Bleeding can occur internally, where blood leaks from blood vessels inside the body, or externally, either through a natural opening such as the mouth, nose, ear, urethra, vagina or anus, or t...
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Bleeding

is when lipstick runs into the wrinkles and creases around the lips. Bleeding can be prevented with the use of a lip liner.
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Bleeding

The migration of a liquid to the surface of a component or into/onto an adjacent material.
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bleeding

(blēd´ing) escape of blood from an injured vessel; see also hemorrhage. phlebotomy.
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Bleeding

(F ressuage) C: The separation of water from an unhardened mix (BS 4049). P: The process of diffusion of a soluble colored substance from, into, and through a paint or varnish coating from beneath, thus producing an undesirable staining or discoloration (BS 2015). Used similarly to refer to the transfer of soluble material from bitumen impregnated ...
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bleeding

[n] - flow of blood from a ruptured blood vessels
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Bleeding

• (n.) A running or issuing of blood, as from the nose or a wound; a hemorrhage; the operation of letting blood, as in surgery; a drawing or running of sap from a tree or plant. • (a.) Emitting, or appearing to emit, blood or sap, etc.; also, expressing anguish or compassion. • (p. pr. & vb. n.) of BleedBleeding: words in the definit...
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bleeding

hemorrhage noun flow of blood from a ruptured blood vessels
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Bleeding

[roads] Bleeding or flushing is shiny, black surface film of asphalt on the road surface caused by upward movement of asphalt in the pavement surface. Common causes of bleeding are too much asphalt in asphalt concrete, hot weather, low space air void content and quality of asphalt. Bleeding is a safety concern since it results in a very smo...
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Bleeding

Bleed'ing adjective Emitting, or appearing to emit, blood or sap, etc.; also, expressing anguish or compassion.
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Bleeding

Bleed'ing noun A running or issuing of blood, as from the nose or a wound; a hemorrhage; the operation of letting blood, as in surgery; a drawing or running of sap from a tree or plant.
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Bleeding

A clever winemaking trick often used by quality conscious producers, known also by the French term of 'saignée'. Red wines gain their colour and tannins from the contact between grape juice and skins during fermentation. So in order to increase the ratio of skins to juice, some producers 'bleed' off some of the juice before fermentation. The juice...
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bleeding

A migration of a liquid to the surface of a component or into/onto an adjacent material.
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Bleeding

A printing imperfection where the dyestuff runs from the screen of one area onto the motif of another.
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Bleeding

A process in which dye particles are loosened from a fabric when it becomes wet, running into the water or onto adjacent areas of fabric.
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Bleeding

A reaction in the stain or dye that causes the pigment to rise to the surface of the wood.
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Bleeding

A term used descriptively in both film and the sound recording services. When excess light spills over onto the edges of film, or the color or line around the edges of a matte are effected by the unwanted light, bleeding occurs. In the recording of a soundtracks or background music, bleeding often occurs between tracks when one voice of music spill...
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Bleeding

A term used with reference to the hydraulic system of an aircraft which concerns the expulsion of air from a system.
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Bleeding

Bleeding is British slang for very.
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Bleeding

Describes the action of one colour running into another. Most applicable to water-colour, where a se
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bleeding

In artwork, the effect of a dark color seeping through a lighter color to the surface.
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bleeding

Loss of blood from the circulation; see haemorrhage
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Bleeding

Method in which fishermen remove blood from fish by cutting an artery. Large meaty fish like tuna are routinely bled before further processing. Skates and sharks are also bled to remove uric acid.
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