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buzz

Sinónimos de buzz en inglés:

sustantivo

  • 1 the buzz of the bees
    hum, humming, buzzing, murmur, drone, whir, whirring, fizz, fizzing, fuzz, hiss, singing, whisper
    British informal zizz
    Medicine tinnitus
  • 2 there was an insistent buzz from her control panel
    audible warning, purr, purring, ring, ringing, note, tone, beep, bleep, meep, warble, signal, alarm, alert
  • 3 informal I'll give you a buzz See call (sense 3) of the noun)
  • 4 informal the buzz is that he's gone See rumour (sense 2)
  • 5 informal I got a buzz out of seeing the kids' faces
    thrill, feeling of excitement, feeling of euphoria, stimulation, glow, tingle;
    delight, joy, pleasure, fun, enjoyment;
    informal kick
    North American informal charge
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  • 1 bees buzzed in the clover
    hum, drone, bumble, whir, fizz, fuzz, hiss, sing, murmur, whisper
    British informal zizz
    rare sibilate
  • 2 the intercom on her desk buzzed
    purr, sound, reverberate, ring, beep, bleep, warble
  • 3 informal the director buzzed around checking camera angles
    bustle, scurry, scuttle, scramble, scamper, flutter, fuss;
    British scutter
    informal scoot, beetle, whizz, hare, zoom, zip
  • 4 the club is buzzing with excitement
    have an air of;
    be active, be lively, be busy, bustle, be bustling, hum, throb, vibrate, pulse, whirl
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