gossip

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Noun[change]

Singular
gossip

Plural
gossips

  1. Gossip is information that people pass around about other people's lives, often including things that are unkind or untrue.
    She spends a lot of time catching up with the newest gossip.
  2. A gossip is a person who passes around a lot of this kind of information.
    Bob is a real gossip.


Verb[change]

Plain form
gossip

Third-person singular
gossips

Past tense
gossiped

Past participle
gossiped

Present participle
gossiping

  1. To talk about other people's lives, including things that are unkind or untrue.
    The girls were gossiping about their teachers.