Bleed : v. input Bleed it is to have a flow of blood ; losing blood (speaking of the body, of an organ).
It's bleeding: blood is flowing.
It will bleed: the argument, the conflict will be very hard (bleeding).
Kill with a bladed weapon. I'll bleed him.
Bleed like an ox: bleed a lot.
Bled dry: exhausted, deprived of its resources.
Quote from the French writer Louis-Ferdinand Destouches dit Céline (1894-1961) “Only carnage, more and more ardent massacres. That it bleeds, that it jets, that it pisses everywhere, very abundantly. That no one can ever claim: I am the strongest! I'm the most serious! I won! It does not exist ! " in Trivia for a massacre (1938), about the Spanish Civil War.