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An adjective is a word that describes a noun (e.g. the big dog).
1. (fond of gossip)
a. chismoso
Every morning on my way to school I see a couple of gossipy neighbors talking on the street corner.Cada mañana rumbo a la escuela, veo a un par de vecinas chismosas platicando en la esquina.
2. (devoted to gossip)
a. de cotilleo (magazine, newspaper, show)
Did you see the article about the actor's affair? - I wouldn't believe a single word from that gossipy rag.¿Viste el artículo sobre la aventura del actor? - No creería ni una palabra de ese periodicucho de cotilleo.
b. de chismes (magazine, newspaper, show)
Alex wished that the article about him had appeared somewhere besides a gossipy magazine.Alex deseaba que el artículo sobre él hubiera aparecido en una revista que no fuera de chismes.
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An adjective is a word that describes a noun (e.g. the big dog).
1. (general)
he's very gossipyes muy chismoso or
a gossipy letteruna carta llena de chismorreos or
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gossipy [ˈɡɒsɪpɪ]
de cotilleo; chismoso; [+style] familiar; anecdótico;
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