rumour has it (that)

rumour has it (that)
söylentiye göre, söylentilere bakilirsa, saiyalara göre

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  • rumour has it that — rumour has it (that) ► used to say what many people are saying: »Rumour has it that you re going to be the next managing director. Main Entry: ↑rumour …   Financial and business terms

  • rumour has it that — rumour/word/legend/has it that phrase used for showing that you are reporting something that you have heard when you are not sure whether it is really true Rumour has it that her husband is not the father of the child. Thesaurus: expressions used …   Useful english dictionary

  • rumour has it — (that) ► used to say what many people are saying: »Rumour has it that you re going to be the next managing director. Main Entry: ↑rumour …   Financial and business terms

  • word has it that — rumour/word/legend/has it that phrase used for showing that you are reporting something that you have heard when you are not sure whether it is really true Rumour has it that her husband is not the father of the child. Thesaurus: expressions used …   Useful english dictionary

  • legend has it that — rumour/word/legend/has it that phrase used for showing that you are reporting something that you have heard when you are not sure whether it is really true Rumour has it that her husband is not the father of the child. Thesaurus: expressions used …   Useful english dictionary

  • Rumour Has It (song) — Infobox Single Name = Rumour Has It Artist = Donna Summer from Album = Once Upon a Time B side = * Once Upon A Time (UK) * A Man Like You (Italy) * Say Something Nice (Germany) Released = 1978 Format = 7 single Recorded = Genre = Disco, Pop, Soul …   Wikipedia

  • rumour — ru‧mour [ˈruːmə ǁ ər] , rumor noun [countable, uncountable] information that is passed from one person to another and which may or may not be true: • A spokesman denied rumours that the company was considering abandoning the U.S. market. * * *… …   Financial and business terms

  • rumour — (BrE) (AmE rumor) noun ADJECTIVE ▪ malicious, nasty, scurrilous, ugly, vicious ▪ baseless, false, unconfirmed, u …   Collocations dictionary

  • rumour — n. 1) to circulate, spread a rumour 2) to confirm a rumour 3) to deny; dispel, spike a rumour 4) an idle, unfounded, wild rumour 5) an unconfirmed; vague rumour 6) rumours circulate, fly, spread 7) a rumour that + clause (we heard a rumour that… …   Combinatory dictionary

  • rumour — ru|mour BrE rumor AmE [ˈru:mə US ər] n [U and C] [Date: 1300 1400; : Old French; Origin: rumour, from Latin rumor] 1.) information or a story that is passed from one person to another and which may or may not be true rumour about/of ▪ I ve heard… …   Dictionary of contemporary English

  • rumour */*/ — UK [ˈruːmə(r)] / US [ˈrumər] noun [countable/uncountable] Word forms rumour : singular rumour plural rumours unofficial information that may or may not be true rumour about: He d heard rumours about some big financial deal. rumour of: Now there… …   English dictionary

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