An adjective is a word that describes a noun (e.g. the big dog).
1. (that bleeds)
a. bloody
El asesino limpió la daga sangrienta antes de escaparse por la ventana.The assassin cleaned the bloody dagger before escaping through the window.
b. bleeding
Noté un corte sangriento en la rodilla cuando me saqué los pantalones.I noticed a bleeding cut on my leg when I took off my pants.
2. (terrible)
a. cruel
Que el niño hiciera creer a su madre que se había desaparecido fue una broma sangrienta.The child making his mother believe that he had gone missing was a cruel joke.
b. bloody
Jamás olvidaremos los ataques sangrientos cometidos por los terroristas en París.We will never forget the bloody attacks committed by the terrorists in Paris.
3. (showing a lot of blood)
a. gory
No me gustan las películas sangrientas. Miremos una de acción.I don't like gory movies. Let's watch an action movie.
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An adjective is a word that describes a noun (e.g. the big dog).
1. (ensangrentado, cruento)
a. bloody
2. (despiadado, hiriente)
a. cruel
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1 (con sangre) [+herida] bleeding; [+arma, manos] bloody; bloodstained
2 [+batalla, guerra] bloody
3 (cruel) [+injusticia] flagrant; [+broma] cruel; [+insulto] deadly
4 [+color] blood-red
Collins Complete Spanish Electronic Dictionary © HarperCollins Publishers 2011
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