rumour en Inglés

Pronunciación
n. gossip, hearsay (alternate spelling for rumor)

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I had heard rumours recently that Caesar was preparing his army for a quick departure back to Rome.
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There were many rumours that he would let his young son be the king instead.
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“All the rumours are over,” argues Joel Nguessan, spokesperson for the RDR, the party in power.
(Source: Voice of America)
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These rumours made their way to Lady Lorridale.
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Rumour had it he was even bringing her to Rome and setting her up with her own apartment.
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The explosion, which occurred behind the courtyard of a traditional chief who had joined the opposition, sparked many rumours in Ouagadougou.
(Source: Voice of America)
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There had been a rumour in those early days that he was to marry but, for reasons unknown to most, the marriage never occurred.
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Will his announcement cut short the rumours about the state of his health? Perhaps, perhaps not.
(Source: Voice of America)
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His character is shrouded in rumors and legends.
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I believe that this is one of the reasons why there are so many stories and rumors about Leonardo and his work.
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Sinónimos

gossip: hearsay, scandal, chatter, news, slander, calumny, defamation


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