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rumorear also: (Colombia) rumorar

verbo transitivo

  • se rumorea que va a dimitir
    rumor has it o it is rumored that she is going to resign
    there are rumors (going round) that she is going to resign
Example sentences
  • Sin embargo, no se aprecia desde el espacio como se ha rumoreado tantas veces.
  • Fue extraño, porque la gente empezó a rumorear en las gradas.
  • Cuarto, preocupa que se rumoree con insistencia sobre una red de oficiales y técnicos en actividad del ejército que estarían en el entorno directo de Humala.

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