gossip

  • 1 Gossip — (murmuración en inglés) puede referirse a: Gossip o The Gossip, un grupo estadounidense de indie rock. Gossip Girl, serie de televisión estadounidense de drama adolescente. Gossip Revista electrónica dedicada a la vida social. Gossip película… …

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  • 2 gossip — n *report, rumor, hearsay Analogous words: talk, conversation (see corresponding verbs at SPEAK): tattling, blabbing (see GOSSIP vb) gossip vb Gossip, blab, tattle mean to disclose something that one would have done better to keep to oneself. To… …

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  • 3 Gossip — Gos sip, n. [OE. gossib, godsib, a relation or sponsor in baptism, a relation by a religious obligation, AS. godsibb, fr. god + sib alliance, relation; akin to G. sippe, Goth. sibja, and also to Skr. sabh[=a] assembly.] [1913 Webster] 1. A… …

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  • 4 Gossip (EP) — Gossip EP de Breathe Carolina Publicación 26 de noviembre, 2007 Grabación 2007 Género(s) electropop Duración 24:00 …

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  • 5 Gossip — live im Wonder Ballroom in Portland …

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  • 6 gossip — [n1] talk about others; rumor account, babble, back fence talk*, blather, blether, buzz*, calumny, chatter, chitchat*, chronicle, clothesline*, conversation, cry, defamation, dirty laundry*, dirty linen*, dirty wash*, earful*, grapevine*, hearsay …

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  • 7 gossip — [gäs′əp] n. [ME godsip, gossyp (with assimilated d ) < Late OE godsibbe, godparent: see GOD & SIB] 1. Now Dial. a) a godparent b) a close friend 2. a person who chatters or repeats idle talk and rumors, esp. about the private affairs of others …

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  • 8 gossip — ► NOUN 1) casual conversation or unsubstantiated reports about other people. 2) chiefly derogatory a person who likes talking about other people s private lives. ► VERB (gossiped, gossiping) ▪ engage in gossip. DERIVATIVES gossiper noun …

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  • 9 Gossip — Gos sip, v. t. To stand sponsor to. [Obs.] Shak. [1913 Webster] …

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  • 10 Gossip — Gos sip, v. i. [imp. & p. p. {Gossiped}; p. pr. & vb. n. {Gossiping}.] 1. To make merry. [Obs.] Shak. [1913 Webster] 2. To prate; to chat; to talk much. Shak. [1913 Webster] 3. To run about and tattle; to tell idle tales. [1913 Webster] …

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  • 11 gossip — index hearsay, report (rumor) Burton s Legal Thesaurus. William C. Burton. 2006 …

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  • 12 gossip — (n.) O.E. godsibb sponsor, godparent, from GOD (Cf. God) + sibb relative (see SIBLING (Cf. sibling)). Extended in M.E. to any familiar acquaintance (mid 14c.), especially to woman friends invited to attend a birth, later to anyone engaging in… …

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  • 13 gossip — /ˈɡɔssip, ingl. ˈɡɑsɪp/ [lett. «chiacchiera»] s. m. inv. pettegolezzo, diceria, chiacchiera, indiscrezione …

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  • 14 gossip — has inflections gossiped, gossiping; the adjective is gossipy …

    Modern English usage

  • 15 Gossip — This article is about the type of conversation. For other uses, see Gossip (disambiguation). Gossip is idle talk or rumour, especially about the personal or private affairs of others, It is one of the oldest and most common means of sharing facts …

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  • 16 gossip — gos|sip1 [ˈgɔsıp US ˈga: ] n [: Old English; Origin: godsibb godparent, close friend , from god god + sibb relative ] 1.) [U] information that is passed from one person to another about other people s behaviour and private lives, often including… …

    Dictionary of contemporary English

  • 17 gossip — noun 1 unkind talk about other people ADJECTIVE ▪ latest ▪ idle, juicy, malicious, salacious ▪ celebrity ▪ tabloid …

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  • 18 Gossip — Cette page d’homonymie répertorie les différents sujets et articles partageant un même nom. Gossip est un mot anglais signifiant commérages . Il peut faire référence à : Gossip (logiciel), un client de messagerie instantanée pour le réseau… …

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  • 19 gossip — 01. The young girls were all [gossiping] about which boys they liked at school. 02. I would never tell Georgia anything personal because she is such a [gossip] that everyone would hear about it within a few days. 03. You shouldn t talk to the… …

    Grammatical examples in English

  • 20 gossip — I n. 1) to spread gossip 2) common; idle; malicious, vicious; silly gossip 3) a piece, tidbit (AE), titbit (BE) of gossip 4) gossip about 5) gossip that + clause (have you heard the gossip that he intends to resign?) II v. (D; intr.) to gossip… …

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