[war, riot] sanglant (e)
→ the bloody riots of 1981
→ The effects will be violent, disruptive, and probably bloody.
[knife, fingers] ensanglanté (e)
→ He was arrested last October still carrying a bloody knife.
→ Yulka's fingers were bloody and cracked.
[nose] en sang
→ He had a bloody nose.
[man, woman, thing] foutu (e) **
→ This bloody car keeps stalling.
→ I can't stand that bloody woman.
that bloody television cette foutue télévision
bloody hell! merde!
bloody awful totalement nul (le)
bloody good vachement bon (ne) , sacrément bon (ne)
bloody difficult sacrément difficile
[+knee, nose] ensanglanter → One of our children fell and bloodied his knee. → He punched his brother and bloodied his nose.
Bloody Mary , bloody mary
n bloody mary m
[person] obstiné (e)
→ the patient was weak and weary, but too bloody-minded to accept help
→ I don't give up that easily. I am bloody minded
[determination, persistence] obstiné (e)
→ it was only bloody-minded determination that carried me to the end
[attitude] buté (e)