Definitions for "Bleeding"
The seeping or bleeding to the surface of a discoloration. Alternately, removing air by opening a valve at a high point in a hydraulic system.
Method of purging air from a brake system's hydraulic lines and cylinders. Air is compressible and contaminates brake fluid. It is released via a "bleeder valve" on each wheel cylinder.
The diffusion of coloring matter from the undercoat or substrate through the coating on top of it, resulting in discoloration of the topcoat.
Keywords:  sap, oozing, pruning, wound, anguish
Emitting, or appearing to emit, blood or sap, etc.; also, expressing anguish or compassion.
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.
When latex-like plant sap flows from a wound.
The undesirable penetration of the adhesive onto the surface to which the tape is applied.
(r) the exuding of a liquid compounding material from the surface of a vulcanized or unvulcanized rubber.
The exudation of droplets of excess plasticiser onto the surface of the rubber. This happens when rubbers contain unsuitable levels of plasticisers which are not fully compatible.
Removal of overheated fluid and air bubbles from a brake system.
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.
The process by which overheated or spoiled brake fluid and air bubbles are removed from the brake system.
The technical term applied to pieces of silver-plate where the copper base is exposed, especially Old Sheffield, Plate.
A condition in which a plated hole discharges process material or solution from crevices or voids.
A condition in which a plated hole discharges process materials of solutions from voids and crevices.
The treatment of opening a vein or applying leeches to draw blood from the patient. Also means the loss of blood caused by damage to the blood vessels
Bleeding is losing blood.
flow of blood from a ruptured blood vessels
the autogenous flow of mixing water within, or its emergence from, newly placed concrete or mortar; caused by the settlement of the solid materials within the mass; also called water gain
The draining or loosening of saturants from the roofing material.
The movement of water to the surface of the concrete caused by the settling of the solid materials.
To dream of bleeding, denotes death by horrible accidents and malicious reports about you. Fortune will turn against you.
Keywords:  rebuilding, seepage, oil, shocks, pole
When building or rebuilding shock absorbers, it is necessary to remove all of the air and any excess oil. This is known as bleeding the shocks.
Seepage of oil and preservative from the pole after treatment.
Separated base oil in bearing arrangements or with mechanical thermal loading.
Keywords:  ros, vat, tap, aromatic, juice
A technique used for producing rosé wines, the grapes are put into a vat, then the first juice of particular high quality and very aromatic is extracted through a tap at the bottom. This is how you bleed a vat
This occurs when a crossfader breaks after long use. When the crossfader is completely on one side, the opposing channel should not be detected in the output but the broken crossfader will allow some of the opposing channel to "bleed" through. Crossfaders that bleed need to be replaced so that the DJ has control over which channel is played to the audience.
Keywords:  ditv, beyond, boundary, extends, screen
Bleeding occurs when an image within a TV screen extends beyond its required boundary. For more information, see Designing For DiTV
Keywords:  slow, degeneration, weak, strong, game
Condition. Causes slow Health degeneration.
To play a strong hand as a weak hand, which keeps more players in the game (also known as Slow Play)
It is believed that there is increased risk of bleeding in the first trimester.
Keywords:  epoch, hospital, rare, event, treatment
a very rare event, and makes an epoch in the hospital since I have directed the treatment
Interference caused by a station operating on a channel adjacent to yours: "Someone's bleeding on you" or "We got some bleedover." See also "step on" and "walk on."
Keywords:  print, margin, blue, foot, extends
Occurs when text or graphic print has no margin and extends to cut edge of page
Blue Print Board Foot
Keywords:  slowly, pressure, move, level, another
Allowing pressure to move from one pressure level to another very slowly.
The loss or spreading of colour when coloured paper or ink comes in contact with water or other solutions.