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gossip US English

Casual or unconstrained conversation or reports about other people, typically involving details that are not confirmed as being true

gossip mill US English

Another term for rumor mill.

gossip column US English

A section of a newspaper devoted to gossip about well-known people

gossipmonger US English

A person who habitually passes on confidential information or spreads rumors

gossip US Thesaurus

tell me all the gossip

gossip English-Spanish

chismorreo masculinecolloquial/familiar, cotilleo masculineSpain/Españacolloquial/familiar

that's just gossip in just English-Spanish

no son más que chismes, son puros chismes

their gossip is best ignored in best English-Spanish

a sus habladurías (es) mejor no hacerles ni caso

I'm not one to gossip, but … in one English-Spanish

no me gustan los chismes pero …

she gave me all the latest gossip in gossip English-Spanish

me puso al día con los chismes

the village is rife with gossip in rife English-Spanish

corren innumerables rumores por el pueblo

I called Sue to catch up with o on the latest gossip in catch English-Spanish

llamé a Sue para ponerme al día con los últimos chismes

I called Sue to catch up with o on the latest gossip in catch up English-Spanish

llamé a Sue para ponerme al día con los últimos chismes