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Translations
عمود حديث المجتمع في جريده
společenská rubrika
sladderspalte
pletykarovat
kjaftasögudálkur, slúîurdálkur
spoločenská rubrika
dedikodu sütunu

gossip column

ncronaca mondana

gossip

(ˈgosip) noun
1. talk about other people's affairs, not always truthful. I never pay any attention to gossip.
2. a chat. She dropped in for a cup of coffee and a gossip.
3. a person who listens to and passes on gossip. She's a dreadful gossip.
verb
1. to pass on gossip.
2. to chat.
ˈgossipy adjective
fond of gossiping. gossipy neighbours.
gossip column
an article in a newspaper etc containing gossip about famous people.
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You don't have as many gossip columnists now as you did in Connolly's day.
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But it was her much-publicized engagement to Ben Affleck, her co-star in the upcoming film Jersey Girl, that had the gossip columnists working overtime.
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When Hearst got wind of it, he put all his publishing might behind trying to get the picture killed, having his gossip columnists attack Welles and trying to blackmail studio executives with the threats of revealing scandals that his papers had hushed up.
Who wants to watch gossip columnists talking out of their backsides?
Come October 17, Hollywood just might feel its collective ears ringing as some of the nation's most prolific gossip columnists gather in New York City for a first-ever gossip summit and awards presentation.