Definition of buzzy in English:

buzzy

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Pronunciation: /ˈbʌzi
 
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adjective (buzzier, buzziest)

informal
(Especially of a place or atmosphere) lively and exciting: a buzzy bar with live music
More example sentences
  • Went to Dakota twice, once on a Saturday when it was packed to the rafters - really lively with a buzzy atmosphere, but be prepared to queue at the bar.
  • The physics of the venue make for an intimate and busy, buzzy atmosphere and, let's face it, a rather cramped stage.
  • The bar area was buzzy and the wait passed in comfort with good music and drinks.

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