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1bloody/ˈblʌdi/adjective
bloodierbloodiest
1bloody
/ˈblʌdi/
adjective
bloodierbloodiest
Learner's definition of BLOODY  
[also more bloody; most bloody]
: bleeding or covered with blood
: violent and causing the death or injury of many people
— see also scream bloody murder at 1scream
always used before a nounBritish, informal + sometimes offensive  — used to make an angry or critical statement more forceful

bloody hell

British, informal + offensive
— used to express anger or annoyance

— bloodily

/ˈblʌdəli/adverb
2bloody/ˈblʌdi/adverb
2bloody
/ˈblʌdi/
adverb
Learner's definition of BLOODY  
British, informal + sometimes offensive
: very extremely — used to make an angry or critical statement more forceful

bloody well

informal + sometimes offensive
— used before a verb to stress anger, annoyance, or disapproval
3bloody/ˈblʌdi/verb
bloodiesbloodiedbloodying
3bloody
/ˈblʌdi/
verb
bloodiesbloodiedbloodying
Learner's definition of BLOODY  
[+ object]
: to make (something) bloody
— see also bloodied
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