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Draw Blood ( it made a cut and blood came out ... )

"Draw Blood"

You draw blood when you make a cut and blood flows out.

Example: "Ouch! I cut myself." Reply: "Let me see. Did it draw blood?"

Example: "I just got a paper cut, and it drew blood!"

The person or thing that "drew blood" is the one that made the cut where blood came out.

Example: "If you come near me I will cut you, and I will draw blood."

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