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English definition of “rumour”
rumour UK (US rumor)
/ˈruːmər/ noun [C]
› an interesting story or piece of news that may or may not be true, that spreads quickly from person to person: a rumour that I heard a rumour that she's leaving. A rumour has surfaced that the company is about to go out of business.
rumour has it (that) › used to say what many people are saying: Rumour has it that you're going to be the next managing director.