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"rumoured" in British English

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rumouredadjective

UK (US rumored) uk   /ˈruː.məd/  us   /-mɚd/
used to refer to a ​fact or ​piece of ​news that might be ​true or ​invented, and ​quicklyspreads from ​person to ​person: The rumoured ​stockmarketcrash has ​yet to take ​place. [+ to infinitive] The ​president is rumoured to be ​seriouslyill.
(Definition of rumoured from the Cambridge Advanced Learner’s Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)

"rumoured" in Business English

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rumouredadjective

uk   us   /ˈruːməd/ UK ( US rumored)
used to describe a fact that ​people are ​talking about, which may or may not be ​true: the rumored ​takeover of the ​companyrumoured to be sth The ​price on the ​deal is rumoured to be €80 million.
(Definition of rumoured from the Cambridge Business English Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
Translations of “rumoured”
in Chinese (Simplified) 传闻的, 谣传的…
in Chinese (Traditional) 傳聞的, 謠傳的…
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