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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
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nosebleednose‧bleed /ˈnəʊzbliːd $ ˈnoʊz-/ noun [countable]  MIif you have a nosebleed, blood starts flowing from your nose
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nosebleedOthers suddenly developed a nosebleed and became limp, pale and lethargic.To avoid nosebleeds happening, try not to blow your nose too hard.Fortunately a younger boy had a dramatic nosebleed which distracted his house-mates' attention and covered any remaining smears of blood.For months on end she suffered frequent nosebleeds and nearly passed out on several occasions.Gary and I both have come out of there with nosebleeds, and I ruptured my eardrums at least once.
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