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 Translation for 'gossip' from English to Russian
NOUN1   a gossip | gossips
NOUN2   gossip | -
VERB   to gossip | gossiped / gossipped | gossiped / gossipped
gossiping / gossipping | gossips
SYNO comment | gossip | gossiper | ...
сплетничать [несов.]to gossip
сплетни {мн}gossip
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болтовня {ж} [сплетни]gossip
сплетница {ж} [презр.]gossip [female]
пересуды {мн} [разг.]gossip {sg} [rumour]
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Usage Examples English
  • The original issues were part gossip and part opinion.
  • Her 2000 book, "Dish: The Inside Story on the World of Gossip", was a humorous history of the role gossip has played in U.S. media, politics and life.
  • TLK Healthcare cites as examples of gossip, "tattletaling to the boss without intention of furthering a solution or speaking to co-workers about something someone else has done to upset us."
  • Leanna's notoriety landed her a nationally syndicated gossip talk show on television called the "Leanna Love Show", and she has since made infrequent stops to Genoa City whenever juicy gossip concerning Victor is to be had.
  • In 2010, Mapa became one of the co-hosts of Logo's "The Gossip Queens", a daily series where he helps present celebrity gossip.

  • Earlier "social gossip" about Darlington was published in "The Western Mail" in the 1930s, but in the "Review" in the 1950s gossip was sparse. Various groups and associations put in brief articles.
  • Between April 11, 1996 and December 2010, Walker was a guest every week on "The Howard Stern Show" to play "The Gossip Game."
  • Inspired by "Confidential" and other gossip magazines of the 1950s, "The Hollywood Star" had a homosexual subtext (Kern's other mid-70s paper was called "Gayboy") and printed nude photos and sexually-oriented gossip with a frankness that had rarely if ever been seen in gossip magazines.
  • In Paulborough, a Midlands market town dominated by its Norman abbey, a notorious local gossip is found dead after spreading gossip about prominent figures in the town.
  • "Cut the Chisme": Hector gives Vito his order while exchanging gossip with each other where his gossip has displeased Rosa, Miranda, and Mr.

  • With the help of Stitcher, Raskin created "Gossip," a 12-episode scripted podcast, which chronicles three female friends as they meet each week to discuss gossip surrounding their suburban town.
  • Dipi establishes herself as a local gossip when she befriends Susan Kennedy (Jackie Woodburne) and Sheila Canning (Colette Mann).
  • Instead, hashgraphs use a "gossip about gossip" protocol where the individual nodes on the network "gossip" about transactions to create directed acyclic graphs that time-sequence transactions.
  • Known as the "godfather" of Dutch gossip journalism, he founded a weekly gossip magazine, Privé, and edits the gossip pages of "De Telegraaf".
  • Another point of season 5 criticism was another gossip, similar to Vlada's (season 1 contestant) one.

  • The website was the first of many satirical and irreverent UK gossip sites that skirted the limits of defamation law.
  • In June 2013, Shuter became a cohost of the VH1 daily morning entertainment news and gossip series, "The Gossip Table"."citation needed"] It has since sunk back to last since his departure.
  • "Lipgloss" closely resembled the hit American TV show "Gossip Girl", prompting people to label it as a rip-off of the iconic series.
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