English → English - hearsay

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n. rumor, gossip, unofficial information received by word of mouth
adj. of or pertaining to hearsay

English → Spanish - hearsay

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s. rumor, cañutazo, habladurías
adj. de rumor, de habladuría

English → French - hearsay

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n. rumeur, médisance, commérage
adj. de rumeur

English → German - hearsay

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n. Hörensagen, Gerede
adj. laut Hörensagen

English → Indonesian - hearsay

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n. kabar angin, desas-desus, sas-sus, apa yg didengar
a. berpangkal: yg berpangkal pd kabar angin, bertolak: yg bertolak dr kabar orang

English → Italian - hearsay

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s. diceria, voce, pettegolezzo
agg. sentito parlare

English → Polish - hearsay

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n. pogłoska, wieść

English → Portuguese - hearsay

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s. boato, rumor
adj. boato, rumor, fama

English → Romanian - hearsay

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n. rumoare, zvon
adv. auzit: din auzite

English → Russian - hearsay

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с. молва, слух, основанный на слухах
прил. основанный на слухах

English → Turkish - hearsay

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i. söylenti, dedikodu, kulaktan dolma bilgi

English → Ukrainian - hearsay

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n. чутка, поговір, чуйка

English → Dutch - hearsay

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bn. praatjes, geruchten

English → Greek - hearsay

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ουσ. διάδοση, φήμη

English → Arabic - hearsay

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‏إشاعة‏

English → Chinese - hearsay

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(名) 谣言; 道听途说; 传闻

English → Chinese - hearsay

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(名) 謠言; 道聽途說; 傳聞

English → Hindi - hearsay

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n. अफ़वाह, चर्चा, गप्प
a. अफ़वाह से पता लगा

English → Japanese - hearsay

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(名) うわさ
(形) うわさの

English → Korean - hearsay

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명. 풍문, 소문
형. 풍문의

English → Vietnamese - hearsay

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n. tin đồn, tin giả
a. lời phao tin

Definition of hearsay

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Noun
1. Information that was heard by one person about another.
2. Evidence based on the reports of others rather than on personal knowledge, which is normally inadmissible because it was not made under oath.
3. An out-of-court statement offered in court for the truth of the matter asserted, which is normally inadmissible because it is not subject to cross-examination unless the hearsay statement falls under one of a number of exceptions.
Adjective
4. That is related to, contains, or tells hearsay
The testimony of this hearsay witness is not an evidence.
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