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goss

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Pronunciation: /ɡɒs
 
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Definition of goss in English:

noun

British informal
Gossip: a bit of background goss
More example sentences
  • I know someone who's doing some camerawork for the project, so I'll be sure to get the inside goss off her.
  • We have all the news, all the goss and all the biz on England's new megastar.
  • The discussion on who had bagged what quote was vastly outstripping even the goss on who'd be wearing what to the senior college formal.

Origin

late 20th century: abbreviation.

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