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1950's diner terminology for a steak that is cooked very rare, or 'blue.' The meat of a bloody steak is very red, soft, and tender. If you're in a diner or restaurant and want to order a bloody steak, ask for it to be cooked very rare.

Most commonly known from Pulp Fiction - the opposite is burnt to a crisp.
Waiter: Hi, I'm Buddy. What can I getcha?
Vincent Vega: Let's see, steak, steak, steak... oh yeah, the Douglas Sirk Steak - I'll have that.
Waiter: How'd you want that cooked? Burnt to a crisp or bloody as hell?
Vincent Vega: Bloody as hell. And oh yeah, look at this - Vanilla Coke.
by ijustwannanap September 18, 2016
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