bleed /ˈbliːd/ verb
bleeds; bled /ˈblɛd/ ; bleeding
bleeds; bled /ˈblɛd/ ; bleeding
Learner's definition of BLEED
[no object] : to lose or release blood because of a cut, injury, etc.
[+ object] : to remove blood from (a person) as part of a medical procedure that was done in past times
[+ object] : to remove air or liquid from something
[no object]
of dye, ink, paint, etc. : to spread from one area into another
: to gradually spread into or become something else usually + into
[+ object] informal : to take a lot of money from (someone) over a period of time
[+ object] informal : to lose (money) continually

your heart bleeds for

see heart