bleeder

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bleed +‎ -er

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bleeder (plural bleeders)

  1. A person who is easily made to bleed, or who bleeds in unusually large amounts, particularly a hemophiliac.
  2. Anything that saps a resource produced by something else.
  3. A valve designed to release a small amount of excess pressure from a system.
  4. (UK, slang, derogatory) A troublesome fellow; a blighter.

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