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rumour

noun UK ( US rumor)   /ˈruː·mər/
something that a lot of people are talking about even though they do not know if it is true rumor I heard a rumour that you were leaving.
(Definition of rumour from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

rumour

noun
a piece of news or a story passed from person to person, which may not be true rumor I heard a rumour/rumor that you had got a new job.
general talk or gossip rumor Don’t listen to rumour/rumor.
(Definition of rumour from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
Translations of “rumour”
in Korean 소문…
in Arabic شائعة…
in Malaysian khabar angin, gosip, desas-desus…
in French rumeur…
in Russian слух, молва…
in Chinese (Traditional) 流言, 謠傳, 傳聞…
in Italian voce, pettegolezzo…
in Turkish dedikodu, söylenti, şayia…
in Polish pogłoska, plotka…
in Vietnamese tin đồn, chuyện tầm phào…
in Portuguese boato, rumor…
in Thai ข่าวลือ…
in German das Gerücht…
in Catalan rumor…
in Japanese (英)うわさ, 風評…
in Chinese (Simplified) 流言, 谣传, 传闻…
in Indonesian desas-desus, gunjingan…
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