bloody

bloody
blood|y1 W3S3 [ˈblʌdi] adj, adv spoken especially BrE
1.) used to emphasize what you are saying in a slightly rude way
It's bloody cold out there!
That's a bloody good idea.
Bloody hell!
'Are you going to go with him?' 'Not bloody likely (=definitely not) .'
2.) bloody well
used to emphasize an angry statement or order
It serves you bloody well right.
bloody 2
bloody2 adj
1.) covered in blood, or bleeding
2.) with a lot of killing and injuries
a bloody battle
3.) scream/yell bloody murder
AmE informal to protest in a loud very angry way
She was furious - screaming bloody murder at the manager!
4.) bloody/bloodied but unbowed
harmed by events but not defeated by them
He emerged from the discussions bloody but unbowed.
bloody 3
bloody3 past tense and past participle bloodied present participle bloodying third person singular bloodies
v [T]
to injure someone so that blood comes, or to cover something with blood

Dictionary of contemporary English. 2013.

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