- 1.1 (cotilleo) piece of gossip chismes gossip, tittle-tattle [colloquial/familiar] no me vengas con chismes don't come gossiping to me, don't come to me with your tittle-tattle o tales 1.2 (Esp, Méx) [familiar/colloquial], (trasto, cacharro) thing, thingamajig [colloquial/familiar] ¿cómo funciona este chisme? how does this thing work? ¿dónde está el chisme para cambiar de canal? where's the thing o thingamajig for changing channels? tiene su cuarto lleno de chismes his room's full of junk o stuff [colloquial/familiar]
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