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buzz British & World English

A low, continuous humming or murmuring sound, made by or similar to that made by an insect

buzz bomb British & World English

informal term for flying bomb.

buzz cut British & World English

A very short haircut in which the hair is clipped close to the head with a razor

buzz saw British & World English

North American term for circular saw.

Aldrin, Buzz British & World English

(B.1930), American astronaut; born Edwin Eugene Aldrin. In 1969 he took part in the first moon landing, the Apollo 11 mission, becoming the second person to set foot on the moon, after Neil Armstrong

buzzkill British & World English

A person or thing that has a depressing or dispiriting effect

buzzword British & World English

A word or phrase, often an item of jargon, that is fashionable at a particular time or in a particular context

buzz phrase in buzzword British & World English

A word or phrase, often an item of jargon, that is fashionable at a particular time or in a particular context

buzzworthy British & World English

Likely to arouse the interest and attention of the public, either by media coverage or word of mouth

buzz English Thesaurus

the buzz of the bees

buzz English-Spanish

zumbido m

buzz saw English-Spanish

sierra f circular

buzz off English-Spanish

largarse* familiar/colloquial, picar* RPlfamiliar/colloquial

the buzz is that … in buzz English-Spanish

se rumorea que …, corre la voz de que …

to give sb a buzz in buzz English-Spanish

darle*, darle* un toque a algn

there was a buzz of excitement in the lecture hall in buzz English-Spanish

hubo un murmullo de agitación en la sala de conferencias