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gossip

noun /ˈɡosip/
talk about other people’s affairs, not always truthful
chismes, chismorreo, cotilleo
I never pay any attention to gossip.
a chat
charla, conversación
She dropped in for a cup of coffee and a gossip.
a person who listens to and passes on gossip
chismoso, cotilla
She’s a dreadful gossip.
gossipy adjective fond of gossiping
chismoso
gossipy neighbours/neighbors.
gossip column noun an article in a newspaper etc containing gossip about famous people.
crónica de sociedad
(Definition of gossip from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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