简明英汉词典

gossip
[5^Csip]
n.
闲话, 闲谈

美国传统词典[双解]

gossip
gos.sip
AHD:[g?s“…p]
D.J.[6g%s*p]
K.K.[6g$s*p]
n.(名词)

(1)

Rumor or talk of a personal, sensational, or intimate nature.
流言蜚语:有关个人的,耸人听闻的或暧昧关系的谣言或言语

(2)

A person who habitually spreads intimate or private rumors or facts.
爱讲闲话的人,三姑六婆:经常传播他人暧昧关系或隐私的谣言或事实的人

(3)

Trivial, chatty talk or writing.
谈话,闲话或闲文

(4)

A close friend or companion.
密友或关系亲密的伙伴

(5)

Chiefly British A godparent.
【多用于英国】 教父(母)
v.intr.(不及物动词)
gos.sipedgos.sip.inggos.sips
To engage in or spread gossip.
传播或散布流言蜚语

语源

(1)

Middle English godsib, gossip [godparent]
中古英语 godsib, gossip [教父(母)]

(2)

from Old English godsibb
源自 古英语 godsibb

(3)

god [god] * see god
god [神] *参见 god

(4)

sibb [kinsman] * see s(w)e-
sibb [男亲属] *参见 s(w)e-

继承用法

gossiper
n.(名词)

gossipry
n.(名词)

gossipy
adj.(形容词)

参考词汇

(1)

gossipblabtattle

(2)

The central meaning shared by these verbs is “to engage in or communicate idle, indiscreet talk”:
这三个动词都意为“参加或交流无聊的,不得体的话题”:
gossiping about the neighbors' domestic problems;
闲聊邻居的家务事;
can't be trusted with a secret—he always blabs;
不要相信这是一个秘密——他常常胡扯;
is disliked by her classmates for tattling on mischief makers.
因为她经常打恶作剧的小报告,所以同学都不喜欢她

现代英汉词典

gossip
[5^RsIp]
n.

(1)

流言蜚语;背后议论人长短
You shouldn't listen to gossip.
你不应该听流言蜚语。
I read about it in the gossip column.
我在闲话栏曾看过有关这件事的报道。

(2)

惯于说别人闲话的人;爱传流言蜚语的人

词性变化

gossip
vi.
说闲话;传播流言
They sat and gossiped all evening.
他们整晚上坐着胡聊。

现代英汉综合大辞典

gossip
[5^Csip]
n.

(1)

闲谈, 聊天

(2)

[贬]非议, 流言; 饶舌者, 碎嘴子

(3)

杂[漫]谈; 随笔

(4)

[古, 英方]朋友
a gossip writer
随笔作家
the gossip column
(报纸上的)随笔专栏
She is an old gossip.
她是一个长舌妇。

词性变化

gossip
[5^Csip]
vi.
闲聊; 说闲话; 搬弄 是非

继承用法

gossipmonger
[`^CsIp9mQN^E(r)]
n.
爱闲聊的人, 搬弄是非者

gossiper
n.

gossipist
[`^CsIpIst]
随笔专栏作家

gossipy
[`^CsIpI]
adj.
爱闲谈的; 漫谈式的

习惯用语

be found of gossip
喜欢说人闲话

coulisse gossip
背后的闲话

have a gossip with ...
与...闲聊

Society gossip
上流社会的琐闻, 社交界的新闻

Society news
上流社会的琐闻, 社交界的新闻

Gossiping and lying go together.
传播流言蜚语和撒谎造谣是难兄难弟。

用法词典

gossip
由 god+sib(=related 亲戚),原义是神的亲戚。词义演变是“神的亲戚→教父、教母→亲密的朋友→酒肉朋友→边喝边聊→闲聊,闲话→长舌妇

英文相关词典

gossip
chat    prattle    talk    tattle    

美国传统词典

gossip
gos.sip
AHD:[g?s“…p]
D.J.[6g%s*p]
K.K.[6g$s*p]
n.

(1)

Rumor or talk of a personal, sensational, or intimate nature.

(2)

A person who habitually spreads intimate or private rumors or facts.

(3)

Trivial, chatty talk or writing.

(4)

A close friend or companion.

(5)

Chiefly British A godparent.
v.intr.
gos.siped, gos.sip.ing, gos.sips
To engage in or spread gossip.

语源

(1)

Middle English godsib, gossip [godparent]

(2)

from Old English godsibb

(3)

god [god] * see god

(4)

sibb [kinsman] * see s(w)e-

继承用法

gossiper
n.

gossipry
n.

gossipy
adj.

参考词汇

(1)

gossip, blab, tattle

(2)

The central meaning shared by these verbs is “to engage in or communicate idle, indiscreet talk”:
gossiping about the neighbors' domestic problems;
can't be trusted with a secret—he always blabs;
is disliked by her classmates for tattling on mischief makers.

英汉法学大词典

gossip
蜚言蜚语 ,流言

英汉化学大词典

gossip
n.杂谈,流言;vt.非议,杂谈

英汉计算机大词典

gossip
n.杂谈(流言);vt.非议(杂谈)

英汉心理学大词典

gossip
流言

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