v. bled bleed•ing, bleeds
1. To emit or lose blood.
2. To be wounded: especially in battle.
3. To feel sympathetic grief or anguish: My heart bleeds for the victims
4. To exude a fluid: such as sap from a tree
5. To pay out money, especially an exorbitant amount.
a. To run together or be diffused.
b. To undergo or be subject to such a diffusion of colour. The red cloth bled when it was first washed.
7. To be printed so as to go off the edge or edges of a page after trimming.
This Film By Chris Griffiths Explores the limits of territories and spaces, where the boundaries lie and how the events that take place in one space can carry over and affect life in another
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