English to Czech Meaning :: rumour

Rumour :
pověst
pověst, fáma, řeči - pověstpověstProslýchárumouringpověsti
 
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Noun(1) gossip (usually a mixture of truth and untruth
Verb(1) tell or spread rumors

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(1) rumour has it that he will take a year off(2) He said there was no truth to the rumour that he had his vet administer a sedative to his horse before the race.(3) she's believed to have started the rumour(4) Although people have a right to know about info like this, the story is a rumour and hardly credible.(5) it's only a rumour(6) rumour has it that the letter went missing(7) It's completely untrue and frankly these rumours are upsetting for everyone involved.(8) The people can't tell rumors from the truth, so they choose what they want to believe.(9) It is also rumoured that the family have now been moved to a safe house.(10) It is rumoured that some of the dead were buried in the foundations of the wall to ward off evil spirits.(11) Since their split, rumours have been rife as to why they actually separated.(12) This place is rumoured to be losing money, and it's not difficult to see why.(13) He said rumours were abounding that the base could still be used by the military.(14) He has recently been linked with a switch to Darlington, while other clubs are also rumoured to be interested.(15) rumor has it that he will take a year off(16) She was punished because her young brother was rumoured to have been seen in the company of a girl from a rival tribe.
Related Words
(1) rumor mill ::
fáma mlýn
Synonyms
Noun
1. gossip ::
drby
2. hearsay ::
pověsti
3. talk ::
mluvit
4. tittle-tattle ::
žvanit
5. speculation ::
spekulace
6. word ::
slovo
11. grapevine ::
vinná réva
12. word on the street ::
Slovo na ulici
13. buzz ::
bzučet
14. dirt ::
špína
15. scuttlebutt ::
fáma
16. loose lips ::
volné rty
Verb
17. bruit ::
proklamovat
Different Forms
rumour, rumoured, rumouring, rumours
Word Example from TV Shows

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Rumour has it, Ms. Mónica Gaztambide\0

Rumour has it, Ms. Mónica Gaztambide

Money Heist Season 1, Episode 8


has passed away. This rumour is not good.\0

has passed away. This RUMOUR is not good.

Money Heist Season 1, Episode 8


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