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rumour had it that

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  • rumour */*/ — UK [ˈruːmə(r)] / US [ˈrumər] noun [countable/uncountable] Word forms rumour : singular rumour plural rumours unofficial information that may or may not be true rumour about: He d heard rumours about some big financial deal. rumour of: Now there… …   English dictionary

  • rumour — [ˈruːmə] noun [C/U] something that people are saying that may or may not be true A student had been spreading rumours about the teachers.[/ex] Rumour has it that (= there is a rumour that) he s seriously ill.[/ex] Now there are rumours of wedding …   Dictionary for writing and speaking English

  • 'That'-clauses — ◊ GRAMMAR A that clause is a clause beginning with that which is used to refer to a fact or idea. ◊ reporting That clauses are commonly used to report something that is said. She said that she d been married for about two months. Sir Peter… …   Useful english dictionary

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