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05 / 10 / 2005

HEARSAY: meaning and examples

Good morning. Today's expression is: hearsay It refers to: information that you hear without concrete evidence or proof that the information is necessarily true. The meaning is similar to the word rumour. Were you able to deduce the meaning of this expression from the words hear say? Example 1 People are saying that the factory is going to close down and move operations to Indonesia, but for the moment it's all just hearsay. Example 2 You cannot base your decisions on hearsay. You need to find out the facts. If you have any questions about this expression, please don't hesitate to contact us. Enjoy your day!


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