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Turkish translation of “rumour”

rumour

verb UK ( US rumor)
 
 
/ˈruːmər/
be rumoured If a fact is rumoured, people are talking about it although they do not know if it is true.
dedikodu çıkarmak; asılsız bir şeyi yaymak; söylenti çıkarmak; yayılmak; dilden dile/kulaktan kulağa ulaşmak
[+ (that)] It's rumoured that the company director is about to resign. [+ to do sth] The company is rumoured to be in financial difficulty.Gossip and rumour
(Definition of rumour verb from the Cambridge Learners Dictionary English-Turkish © Cambridge University Press)
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