Tesauro Inglês

Sinônimos de gossip

(substantivo) 
Definition
idle talk, usually about other people's private lives, esp. of a disapproving or malicious nature
There has been a lot of gossip about the reasons for his absence.a magazine packed with celebrity gossip
Sinônimos
idle talk
,
scandal
He loved gossip and scandal.
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hearsay
Much of what was reported to them was hearsay.
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tittle-tattle
tittle-tattle about the private lives of celebrities
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buzz
The buzz is that she knows something.
,
dirt (slang)
Both parties use computers to dig up dirt on their opponents.
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goss (informal)
,
jaw (slang)
,
gen (British, informal)
,
small talk
,
chitchat
, ,
scuttlebutt (US, slang)
,
chinwag (British, informal)
,
clishmaclaver (Scottish)
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newsmongering (old-fashioned)
(substantivo) 
Definition
a person who habitually talks about other people, usually maliciously
I bet the old gossips back home are really shocked.
Sinônimos
busybody
Some busybody tipped off the police.
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babbler
,
prattler
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chatterbox (informal)
My five-year-old daughter's a real little chatterbox.
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quidnunc
, ,
chatterer
, ,
blatherskite
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newsmonger (old-fashioned)
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gossipmonger
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tattletale mainly US, Canadian)
(verbo) 
Definition
to talk idly or maliciously, esp. about other people's private lives
We gossiped well into the night.
Sinônimos
chat
I was just chatting to him the other day.
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chatter
Everyone was chattering away in different languages.
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blather
He kept on blathering about police incompetence.
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schmooze (slang)
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jaw (slang)
jawing for half an hour with the very affable waiter
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dish the dirt (informal)
, ,
shoot the breeze (slang, mainly US)
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chew the fat or rag (slang)
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prattle
She prattled on until I wanted to scream.
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Citações

There is only one thing in the world worse than being talked about, and that is not being talked about [Oscar WildeThe Picture of Dorian Gray]
Gossip is a sort of smoke that comes from the dirty tobacco-pipes of those that diffuse it; it proves nothing but the bad taste of the smoker [George EliotDaniel Deronda]

Sinônimos adicionais

in the sense of blather
He kept on blathering about police incompetence.
Sinônimos
waffle (informal, British),
rabbit on (British, informal),
yap (informal),
run off at the mouth (slang),
in the sense of buzz
The buzz is that she knows something.
Sinônimos
latest (informal),
whisper (informal),
dirt (slang),
gen (British, informal),
scuttlebutt (US, slang),
goss (informal)
in the sense of chatter
Definition
to speak quickly and continuously about unimportant things
Everyone was chattering away in different languages.
Sinônimos
rabbit on (British, informal),
gab (informal),
schmooze (slang),
blether (Scottish),
run off at the mouth (US, slang),

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