put aroundtransitive verb phrase
1. (colloquial) (general) (United Kingdom)
I don't know who's put that story around, but it simply isn't true.No sé quien difundió esa historia, pero simplemente no es cierta.
b. hacer correr
Benny put around the rumor that we had been married in Las Vegas.Benny hizo correr el rumor de que nos habíamos casado en Las Vegas.
The so-called "post-truth" is fed by putting around false news.La llamada "posverdad" se alimenta haciendo circular noticias falsas.
It's been put around that there's to be a block of flats built next to the river.Han hecho correr la voz de que hay planes de construir un bloque de apartamentos junto al río.
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