1 chat, conversation, talk, chit-chat, small talk, palaver; tittle-tattle, prattle; Scots clishmaclaver; gup; Colloq Brit natter, chin-wag:
I was just having a little gossip with my neighbour.
2 rumour, scandal, hearsay, information, on dit, word, Colloq grapevine, (inside) info, tittle-tattle, Slang dope, Chiefly US scuttlebutt, US and Canadian poop:
The latest gossip is that she left him for another woman.
3 rumour-mill, rumour-monger, scandalmonger, gossip-monger, newsmonger, busybody, tattle-tale, quidnunc, blabber, blatherskite, tell-tale, talebearer, flibbertigibbet, Colloq big-mouth, chatterbox, blabbermouth, Nosy Parker:
That old gossip will tell everybody your business.
4 Sometimes, gossip about. bruit, tattle, rumour, whisper, blether or US blather, gabble, Colloq blab, Brit natter, Slang jaw:
I was just gossiping to my friend about your new job.
1 rumours about other people
latest | common
It's common gossip in the office that she's about to leave her husband.
| idle, malicious, salacious, silly
bit, piece, titbit
I heard an interesting bit of gossip yesterday.
VERB + GOSSIP
Someone has been spreading malicious gossip about me.
| exchange, swap | hear, listen to, pay attention to
You shouldn't listen to idle gossip.
GOSSIP + VERB
circulate, go around/round
A piece of silly gossip was going round the school.
GOSSIP + NOUN
I saw it in the gossip column of the local newspaper.
a magazine full of gossip about famous people
2 conversation about other people
VERB + GOSSIP
We had a good gossip about the boss.
| ~ with
She's having a gossip with Maria.
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