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A piece of gossip; a rumour.‘the latest on dit on Karl’
tittle-tattle, tattle, whispers, stories, tales, canards, titbitsView synonyms
- ‘Well, one of their locker-room on dits is that nerds can take Baghdad, real men want to go to Tehran.’
Early 19th century: from French, literally they say.
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