Video: pronunciation of 'rumour'
There were many whispers and rumours spread about each other and the friendship ended. The Sun (2016)Perhaps that senior journalist should have reported his own suspicions or acted upon rumours he had heard. The Sun (2016)There are also some rumours about the extent to which bargains were real bargains. Times, Sunday Times (2016)But you must have heard the rumours? Times, Sunday Times (2016)I met him to make contact arrangements for our daughter and asked if the rumours were true. The Sun (2016)There are rumours being spread. Times, Sunday Times (2016)Rumours continued to spread yesterday. Times, Sunday Times (2016)Rumours abound about discord in the coaching team, and it is not as though they are greatly hampered by international call-ups. Times, Sunday Times (2016)Dublin is rife with rumour about the identity of the artist. Times, Sunday Times (2009)The couple were rumoured to have split once again earlier this week. The Sun (2015)Earlier he was forced to deny internet rumours that he had hit his wife. The Sun (2014)There are rumours he has health issues. The Sun (2015)Rumours are abound that former contestants will be returning to the house that made them infamous. Times, Sunday Times (2010)Then if she does hear rumours she will already know your side of the story. The Sun (2014)Their wonderful stories did not need embellishment with ridiculous rumour or vile gossip. Times, Sunday Times (2016)September has been an unusually strong month for takeover rumours. Times, Sunday Times (2012)Our client must be confident the rumours are true. The Sun (2011)The couple are rumoured to be suffering marriage woes. The Sun (2008)But the chants and then rumours spread rapidly. Times, Sunday Times (2014)He tried to dismiss rumours of ill health by challenging his critics to a game of squash. Times, Sunday Times (2010)He has heard rumours about an affair. The Sun (2016)The talk is all music industry rumour and gossip. Times, Sunday Times (2011)It turns out that a lot of the rumours were true. Times, Sunday Times (2012)Last week the government was forced to deny rumours that the cull was about to be called off. Times, Sunday Times (2012)Rumours can cause panic and riots. Times, Sunday Times (2010)Actually, there is one rumour that does make me smile. Times, Sunday Times (2012)The savaged bodies of roe deer in Gloucestershire last month fuelled rumours of a wild animal attack. The Sun (2012)Networks of information and rumour directed this feeling throughout and beyond New England. The Times Literary Supplement (2010)There have been persistent rumours of conflict between Peace and Sands. Times, Sunday Times (2014)
较常使用。在柯林斯辞典中， rumour 是1万个最常用词之一。
英式英语: rumour /ˈruːmə/ NOUN
A rumour is a piece of information that may or may not be true, but that people are talking about.
He denied rumours that he was planning to visit the country later this month.
- 美式英语: rumor
- 阿拉伯语: إشَاعَة
- 巴西葡萄牙语: rumor
- 简体中文: 谣言
- 克罗地亚语: glasina
- 捷克语: fáma
- 丹麦语: rygte
- 荷兰语: gerucht
- 欧洲西班牙语: rumor
- 芬兰语: huhu
- 法语: rumeur
- 德语: Gerücht
- 希腊语: φήμη διάδοση
- 意大利语: diceria
- 日语: うわさ
- 韩语: 소문
- 挪威语: rykte
- 波兰语: pogłoska
- 欧洲葡萄牙语: rumor
- 罗马尼亚语: zvon
- 俄语: слух
- 西班牙语: rumor
- 瑞典语: rykte
- 泰语: ข่าวลือ
- 土耳其语: söylenti
- 乌克兰语: чутка
- 越南语: tin đồn
rumour 的定义—— 柯林斯 英语词典
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