gossip

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['ɡɒsɪp]
[ˈɡɑsəp]

n.

vi.

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  • 碎嘴子;
  • 流言;
  • 闲话;
  • 流言蜚语
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1. It provided some juicy gossip for a few days.
这制造了一些非常八卦的流言蜚语,足够说上几天的。

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2. We read the gossip written about them with prurient interest.
我们翻看他们的八卦时带着不洁的想法。

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3. The jet-setting couple made frequent appearances in the gossip columns.
这对穿梭于各国的富豪夫妇经常出现在八卦专栏。

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4. There has been much gossip about the possible reasons for his absence.
关于他缺席的原因有很多传言。

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5. Customers pay to log on and gossip with other users.
顾客付费后登录系统和其他用户聊天。

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1. N-UNCOUNT 流言蜚语;小道消息;闲话 Gossip is informal conversation, often about other people's private affairs. 
  • He spent the first hour talking gossip...

    他头一个小时都在闲聊。

  • There has been much gossip about the possible reasons for his absence...

    关于他缺席的原因有很多传言。

  • Don't you like a good gossip?

    你不想好好地聊聊吗?

2. V-RECIP 闲聊;说长道短 If you gossip with someone, you talk informally, especially about other people or local events. You can also say that two people gossip
  • We spoke, debated, gossiped into the night...

    我们交谈着,争论着,闲聊着,一直持续到晚上。

  • Eva gossiped with Sarah...

    伊娃与萨拉在闲聊。

  • Mrs Lilywhite never gossiped.

    利利怀特夫人从来不说长道短。

3. N-COUNT 爱说长道短的人 If you describe someone as a gossip, you mean that they enjoy talking informally to people about the private affairs of others. 
  • He was a vicious gossip.

    他总是喜欢说别人的坏话。

n.

1. 流言, 闲话, 流言蜚语, 闲言碎语

  • It's common gossip that they're having an affair.
  • 大家都说他们之间关系暧昧。

2. 爱拨弄是非的人, 喜欢传播流言蜚语的人, 爱说长道短(或说三道四)的人

  • You're nothing but an old gossip!
  • 你这个专门搬弄是非的老家伙!

3. 闲谈, 聊天

  • She had a good gossip with a neighbour over the garden fence.
  • 她隔着花园篱笆和邻居聊了很久。

4. 八卦

vi.

1. 传播流言, 说长道短

  • She can spend a whole day gossiping with her neighbours.
  • 她能一整天都跟邻居们说长道短。
Noun

1. light informal conversation for social occasions

2. a report (often malicious) about the behavior of other people;

  • "the divorce caused much gossip"

3. a person given to gossiping and divulging personal information about others

Verb

1. wag one's tongue; speak about others and reveal secrets or intimacies;

  • "She won't dish the dirt"

2. talk socially without exchanging too much information;

  • "the men were sitting in the cafe and shooting the breeze"

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