Questions about example sentences with, and the definition and usage of "Rumor"

The meaning of "Rumor" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does wild rumor mean?
A: a completely baseless, outrageous rumor
Q: What does idle rumor mean?
A: It is common. "empty rumor" is also commonly used.
Q: What does rumor has it you can't mean?
A: it means that "people are talking that you cannot do it"
Q: What does rumor mean?
A: It's a story that's getting passed around without any confirmation of truth behind the facts.

Example sentences using "Rumor"

Q: Please show me example sentences with I heard the rumor about.
A: I heard the rumour about her husband.
I heard the rumour about an upcoming match between the teams.
Q: Please show me example sentences with rumor has it .
A: Rumour has it that she's dating someone new.

It means that the person isn't sure if the news they have is true but people are saying that it is
Q: Please show me example sentences with rumor.
A: There are rumors about a group of people robbing the bank soon.
Have you heard the rumors about that girl who is dating this guy?
Rumors spread like wild fire.

Synonyms of "Rumor" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between rumor and gossip ?
A: A rumor is something that isn’t true that you tell to others. Gossip is the physical action of talking about someone else in a bad way.
Q: What is the difference between "rumor has it that...." and "word is that...." ?
A: They have the same meaning.

For example,

"Hey, rumor has it that you like John."

"Hey, word is that you like John."
Q: What is the difference between rumor and gossip ?
A: rumor - a supposed truth about someone (usually about something that can hurt someone's reputation.)

ex: A rumor spread that Ellen was a transgender.
ex: I heard the rumor that Sue almost got arrested, so is it true!

gossip - to talk behind someone's back (without them knowing)

ex: I hate becoming involved in gossip, but Rachel is annoying and unsympathetic! She is the worst!
Q: What is the difference between rumor and gossip ?
A: A rumor is a piece of information that may be true or may not be true.

Gossip is the act of talking about someone else when they are not around. Gossip is usually negative.

Translations of "Rumor"

Q: How do you say this in English (US)? He was socially buried because of the bad rumor about him.

💙Is this natural?

idk how to express socially buried in English..
A: In my opinion, the sentence is somewhat natural, but some people might not understand what you mean because it isn't usually said.

You could say "He became infamous because of the bad rumor about him", but I'm not sure if this has the same feeling you are trying to express
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? I take it, you've heard the rumors.
Apparently, you've heard the rumors.

following the two sentences, what are the differences between "I take it" and "apparently?
A: “I take it” means that’s you most likely knew beforehand. “Apparently” is when you just found out. Like “I take it that you aren’t interested” and “Apparently, someone knows about your secret”
Q: How do you say this in English (UK)? rumors
A: In UK English, it's spelt "rumours".

Other questions about "Rumor"

Q: The rumor that he married her was for real. does this sound natural?
A: You do not need “for” just say “The rumor that he married her was real.”
Q: The rumor dropped his reputation to the bottom. does this sound natural?
A: I think it would sound more natural to say:

The rumor really damaged his reputation.
Q: the rumor has been circling around does this sound natural?
A: 用Circulating更好
更適合用於謠言 新聞等等的資訊
Q: I heared a rumor that there is a food called butter fry in America.
Is this true?
Do butter fly in oil?
A: Deep fried butter is a carnival food. There is deep fried everything at carnivals.

Deep fried pickles, deep fried chocolate bars, deep fried ice cream, deep fried Coca Cola, etc.

Americans think it's weird too. But, we love deep fried food! Lol
Q: with rumors of a restart never panning out.
の意味はなんですか?
A: 多分「噂が絶えない」というより、「言われたとおりにやり通す」はpan outに近い意味です。つまりthe rumor never panned outとは、噂していたようにやり通していない事を表します。

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