bleed to death

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bleed to death

To die due to losing excessive amounts of blood. If we don't get this patient into surgery right away, he is going to bleed to death from internal injuries.
See also: bleed, death

bleed to death

to die from the loss of blood. If something isn't done, he will bleed to death. I cut my finger. I hope I don't bleed to death.
See also: bleed, death
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A MAN left a chilling voicemail for his business colleague as he bled to death over several hours after being stabbed in the face by his girlfriend with a broken plate.
Patna: A 10-year-old girl bled to death after being raped in the Rajnagar block of Madhubani district on Tuesday evening.
Israeli media said that the Magen David paramedics treated the soldiers at the scene and evacuated them to hospital in Jerusalem, while the Palestinian bled to death on the ground.
A BRITISH farmer bled to death in front of his young son after he was shot in an armed raid on their luxury Caribbean villa.
Mexico City prosecutors said in a statement that experts determined that a woman and a 1-year-old child found in the Cerro de la Estrella park in Iztapalapa on December 29 had bled to death.
A DAD almost bled to death with a burst stomach ulcer after doctors misdiagnosed a heart condition and prescribed aspirin.
Peter Wilson, 47, bled to death from a single knife wound to his back at his flat in Lillington Road in June 2010.
Summary: A man has bled to death in front of his wife and 14-year-old daughter after he accidentally cut his throat with a chainsaw.
Daniel Carpenter, 29, bled to death despite desperate attempts by paramedics and police to halt the flow of blood.
The lawsuit involving a South Dakota Native American infant, Eric Dickson Keefe, from the Rosebud Indian Reservation, who bled to death from a circumcision in 2008, was settled this week for $230,000.
His throat was slashed with a broken bottle and he bled to death following the fracas in Majorca, according to Spanish press.
The bullets missed all the major arteries in his leg but he could have bled to death had the main wound to his right leg not been immediately stopped.
The Government scientist's death - at the centre of the debate over supposed weapons of mass destruction in Iraq - was investigated by Lord Hutton, who concluded he bled to death as a result of a cut to his wrist and an overdose of painkillers.