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    have a nose bleed or have a nosebleed/nose-bleed

    Hi!
    1- A girl has a nose bleed.
    2- A girl has a nosebleed/a nose-bleed.
    Which is correct, please?

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    Re: have a nose bleed or have a nosebleed/nose-bleed

    Dictionaries are useful for questions like this. Bookmark OneLook.com for future reference.

    nosebleed

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