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haemorrhage in Illness & disability topic

haemorrhagehaemorrhage2 British English, hemorrhage American English verb  1 MI[intransitive] to lose a lot of blood in a very short time2 [transitive] to lose a lot of something over a short period of time, such as money or jobs The once prosperous town has hemorrhaged manufacturing jobs over the last 15 years.→ See Verb table
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haemorrhageLesley started haemorrhaging before her baby was due.Stefan had begun haemorrhaging in the night.But the tide of voter approval for her stand could scarcely be ignored by a party haemorrhaging support.