rumour

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söylenti

O söylenti doğru değil, değil mi? - That rumour is not true, is it?

Bu söylentileri kim yaydı? - Who spread these rumours?

{i} rivayet
söylenti çıkarmak
yaymak
dedikodu
dedikodu çıkarmak
şayia
söylenti çıkar
i., İng., bak. rumor
dedikodusunu çıkarmak
dedikodu yapmak
söz
rumor
{i} söylenti

Söylenti gerçek oldu. - The rumor proved to be true.

Söylenti gerçek oldu. - The rumor proved true.

rumor
{i} rivayet
rumour has it
söylentiye göre
rumour has it that
söylentilere bakılırsa
rumour has it that
söylentiye göre
rumour has it
(that) söylentiye göre, söylentilere bakılırsa, saiyalara göre
rumour runs
söylenti ishal
rumour-mongering
söylenti-mongering
rumor
dedikodu

Orada saklı hazineler olduğu dedikodusu yapılıyor. - It is rumored there are treasures hidden there.

Tom ve Mary hakkında dedikodular duydum. - I've heard rumors about Tom and Mary.

rumor
{f} dedikodusunu çıkarmak
rumours
söylentiler

Bu söylentileri kim yaydı? - Who spread these rumours?

Ben söylentilere inanmıyorum. Sen onlara inanıyor musun? - I don't believe the rumours. Do you believe them?

rumor
tevatür
rumor
yaymak
rumoured
rivayet olunmak
rumours
dedikodular
rumor
bkz.rumour
the rumour runs
söylentiye göre
hear an unconfirmed rumour
(Basın) duyum almak
rumor
söz

Medyanın onun sözleşmesi ile ilgili bir söylenti rüzgarı vardı ve hızlı geldi. - The media got wind of a rumor about his engagement and came quickly.

rumor
şayia
rumor
havadis
rumor
dile vermek
rumor
dedikodu çıkarmak
rumoured
söylentiye dayanan
rumoured
söylenti çıkar
Английский Язык - Английский Язык
To tell a rumour about; usually used in the passive
Information of this kind
A piece of information of questionable accuracy, from no known reliable source, usually spread by word of mouth
gossip (usually a mixture of truth and untruth) passed around by word of mouth
tell or spread rumors; "It was rumored that the next president would be a woman"
ru·mour rumours in AM, use rumor A rumour is a story or piece of information that may or may not be true, but that people are talking about. Simon denied rumours that he was planning to visit Bulgaria later this month
{i} gossip, hearsay (alternate spelling for rumor)
rumour campaign
Alternative spelling of rumor campaign
rumour has it
people who gossip are saying that..., there is a rumor going around that

Rumour has it you're looking for a new job.

rumour mill
Alternative spelling of rumor mill
rumour mills
plural form of rumour mill
rumour mill
Process of spreading gossip
rumour mill
ru·mour mill rumour mills in AM, use rumor mill You can refer to the people in a particular place or profession who spread rumours as the rumour mill. The Washington rumour mill suggests that the president secured his narrow majority only by promising all sorts of concessions
rumour-monger
rumour-monger rumour-mongers in AM, use rumormonger disapproval If you call someone a rumour-monger, you disapprove of the fact that they spread rumours
rumor
A statement or claim of questionable accuracy, from no known reliable source, usually spread by word of mouth

There's a rumor going round that he's going to get married.

rumor
To tell a rumor about; to gossip

John is rumored to be next in line for a promotion.

rumor
Information or misinformation of the kind contained in such claims

They say he used to be a thief, but that's just rumor.

rumor
{v} to search diligently, to empty
rumor
{v} to report, to spread a report
rumor
{n} a report, talk, noise
rumor
Information of this kind
rumor
gossip (usually a mixture of truth and untruth) passed around by word of mouth tell or spread rumors; "It was rumored that the next president would be a woman
rumor
News that travels at the speed of sound
rumor
A flying or popular report; the common talk; hence, public fame; notoriety
rumor
To tell a rumor about; to gossip; usually used in the passive
rumor
gossip (usually a mixture of truth and untruth) passed around by word of mouth
rumor
An unverified belief that is in general circulation
rumor
An unverified belief that is in general circulation (11)
rumor
{f} gossip, spread hearsay, tell a rumor
rumor
A piece of information of questionable accuracy, from no known reliable source, usually spread by word of mouth
rumor
A prolonged, indistinct noise
rumor
To report by rumor; to tell
rumor
tell or spread rumors; "It was rumored that the next president would be a woman"
rumor
News that travels faster than the speed of sound
rumor
A current story passing from one person to another, without any known authority for its truth; in this sense often personified
rumor
{i} hearsay, unverified information spread by gossip
rumoured
past of rumour
rumoured
ru·moured in AM, use rumored If something is rumoured to be the case, people are suggesting that it is the case, but they do not know for certain. Her parents are rumoured to be on the verge of splitting up It was rumoured that he had been interned in an asylum for a while. be rumoured if something is rumoured to be true, people are saying secretly or unofficially that it may be true alleged it is rumoured that
rumours
third-person singular of rumour
rumour
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