Definition of shu-shu in English:

shu-shu

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Pronunciation: /ˈʃuːʃuː
 
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West Indian

noun

[mass noun]
Rumour; gossip: the shu-shu is that he is being paid his full salary ever since he was ordered back to work

verb

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Speak at close range in a low tone, typically to exchange gossip.

Origin

from French chuchoter 'to whisper'.

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