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yenta

(ˈjɛntə)
n. a gossip, usually a woman. (Regarded as Yiddish.) She can be such a yenta when she’s got news.
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En Fox han dicho que la division Internacional de TV de Mark Kaner cierra yentas por unos U$D2.
All you do is gab with the yentas all day long while I wear myself out going from shop to shop looking for work.
Blumenfield knew that there was no point in trying to contact his other two children; the three of them were worse yentas than a sewing circle and seemed to think from one central brain.
Daniele Giovannucci, consultor del Banco Mundial, dice que los compradores de cafe, entre ellos grandes multinacionales con mas de la mitad de las yentas, reconocen las ventajas de trabajar con sus suministradores.
2: Those wacky yentas at ABC are at it again, trying to set up a single guy with a dream girl he has yet to meet.
Comedians Jessica Chaffin and Jamie Denboor, Ronna Glickman and Beverly Ginsburg, as they're known in characterare confidantes and quintessential yentas.
organic-gouda yoga yentas in shrink-wrap spandex, your bong-broken
Lico dijo que aprendio a no molestarse cuando la gente no se presenta a las reuniones agendadas en un mercado de yentas.
NYC's yentas got me addicted, Hotlanta gives me a Dynasty-like fix with a bourgie twist, and Jersey just made my jaw drop.
It's improper Yiddish, because there are no male yentas, but Peter Zeisler was a yenta.
She gets many celebrities to open up, among them Goldie Hawn, with whom she ends up in bed and a hot tub; and Bette Midler, who she yentas around with in grocery and clothing stores.
Costume designer Gail Cooper-Hecht, possibly overwhelmed by one Brit critic's description of Tucker as "a big, fat, blond genius," has constructed a bust on poor Mufson's thin frame that looks like what the yentas of yore would have called a "front porch.