Definition of buzz bomb in English:

buzz bomb

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  • informal term for flying bomb.
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    • The small London row house where Edith, Muriel's father's sister lived had been hit by a buzz bomb and the second floor was unlivable.
    • Posted to France, he was hit by a buzz bomb and his mates, thinking him dead, took him to the mortuary.
    • The device was the notorious doodlebug, or buzz bomb.

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