[often in imperative] informal Go away.
- These features include the ability to zero in and land precisely on a potato chip and then flap their wings to buzz off with blazing speed.
- Foreign observers were first of all to be banned, but the tiny number that eventually made it could only descend on the polling booth for a nano-second before buzzing off.
- Belatedly, Charlotte came up with an offer of a new building, but with one, ultimately fruitless, stipulation - that the twosome buzzed off in favour of new owners.
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