rumor in Spanish

Pronunciation
s. rumor
v. rumorear

rumor in English

Pronunciation
n. rumor; whisper; report; saying

Example Sentences

Sabemos que el rumor no es cierto.
We know that the rumour is not true.
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Había oído rumores recientemente de que César estaba preparando a sus tropas para una pronta partida de regreso a Roma.
I had heard rumours recently that Caesar was preparing his army for a quick departure back to Rome.
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Por la ciudad circulaba un rumor.
A rumor circulated through the city.
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¿Podría ser cierto el rumor?
Can the rumor be true?
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Todo rumor tiene un sesgo de verdad.
Every rumour contains a grain of truth.
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¿Has oído los últimos rumores?
Have you heard the latest rumours?
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Él refutó el rumor.
He denied the rumor.
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Yo no presto atención a los rumores que oigo, que cada uno haga lo que quiera con su vida.
I don't pay attention to the rumors I hear; let everyone do as they please with their life.
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Descubrí que el rumor era, en parte, cierto.
I found the rumor to be true to a certain extent.
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Quiero averiguar el origen de este irresponsable rumor.
I want to find out the source of this irresponsible rumor.
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Synonyms

gossip (usually a mixture of truth and untruth) passed around by word of mouth: rumour, comment, hearsay, scuttlebutt, gossip
tell or spread rumors: rumour, gossip, dish the dirt, bruit



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