a person who bleeds abnormally because of low clotting rate; hemophiliac.
a person or animal that bleeds easily, especially an athlete or racehorse.
a person who draws blood from a sick person; phlebotomist.
Slang. a person who drains another of money, resources, etc.; parasite or usurer.
Metallurgy. an ingot or casting from which some metal has escaped.
Also called bleeder resistor. Electricity. a resistor that is connected across a power supply for voltage regulation and to dissipate the charge remaining in capacitors when the power is discontinued.
Also called bleeder valve. a valve or opening for draining a tank, tubing, etc.
a despicable person.
a person, especially a man; fellow.
a resistor connected across the output terminals of a power supply in order to improve voltage regulation and to discharge filter capacitors
(derogatory) a despicable person: a rotten bleeder
any person; fellow: where’s the bleeder gone?
(pathol) a nontechnical name for a haemophiliac
A lucky or weak base hit; blooper, texas leaguer (1930s+ Baseball)
A hemophiliac (1800+)
noun a nontechnical name for haemophilia
the act, fact, or process of losing blood or having blood flow. the act or process of drawing blood from a person, especially surgically; bloodletting. the extension of color beyond an edge or border, especially so as to combine with a contiguous color or to affect an adjacent area. sending forth blood: a bleeding sore. […]
the most advanced stage of a technology, art, etc., usually experimental and risky. noun the very forefront of technological development noun Word Origin
any of various plants belonging to the genus Dicentra, of the fumitory family, especially D. spectabilis, a common garden plant having long, one-sided clusters of rose or red heart-shaped flowers. a person who makes an ostentatious or excessive display of pity or concern for others. Contemporary Examples Michigan’s Primary Party Crashers: Democrats Crossing Over to […]