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hearsay

US [ˈhɪrˌseɪ]
UK [ˈhɪə(r)ˌseɪ]
  • n.传闻
  • adj.风闻的
  • Web小道消息;道听途说;谣传
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n.
1.
道听途说;传闻things that you have heard from another person but do not (definitely) know to be true
We can't make a decision based on hearsay and guesswork.
我们不能根据传言和猜测作决定。
hearsay evidence
传闻的证据

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