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bruit
American English: /brut/
British English: /bruːt/

Translation of bruit in Spanish:

transitive verb

  • (especially American English) [literary]
    pregonar
    divulgar
    it has been bruited (about) that …
    Example sentences
    • As Rennell says in a helpful appendix, the fact that Victoria accepted the ring is no evidence that they were secretly married as had been widely bruited in the 1860s when London society was agog with the notion that she had become Mrs Brown.
    • The latter is based on the widely bruited notion that Gillette Stadium is ‘entirely privately financed,’ which isn't altogether true since $70 million in state money was spent on the surrounding infrastructure.
    • As Langdon points out: ‘Fears of a Jesuit complot to undermine republican institutions by means of infiltration of these institutions with graduates of Jesuit schools were widely bruited in the 1870s.’

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