- 1 decade agoFavorite Answer
She had a gossip with her neighbor.
Don't tell her anything. She is a gossip.
It's getting late. I mustn't stay gossiping with you any longer.
Talking behind people's back
2008-11-10 09:14:11 補充：
我用的是加拿大英語.Source(s): , Myself (我是加拿大人)
- AsLv 71 decade ago
講人事非= to gossip or to speak ill of someone
1) That old woman SPOKE ILL OF ME the other day.
Now everyone thinks I am bad.
- BaggioLv 71 decade ago
Mary and Jane like to gossip about other people during lunchtime.Source(s): Myself