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buzz
British English: /bʌz/
American English: /bəz/

Translation of buzz in Arabic:

noun/اسم

  • 2
    [informal] (phone call)
    مُكالَمة هاتِفيّة \ تِليفونيّة
    to give somebody a buzz

    هاتَفَ شَخْصاً
  • 3
    [informal] (thrill)
    نَشْوة
    I get a buzz from it, it gives me a buzz

    يَجْعَلُني أَشْعُرُ بالنَشْوةِ \ أَنْتَشي

transitive verb/فعل متعد

  • 1 (to call) to buzz somebody
    (أَرْسَلَ إشارةً لِشَخْصٍ بِواسِطةِ الجَرَسِ الطَنّانِ)
    to buzz an apartment

    ضَغَطَ على زِرِّ الجَرَسِ الكَهْرَبائيِّ لِشَقّةٍ
  • 2
    (plane, helicopter)
    حَلَّقَ على مَقْرُبةٍ من
    طارَ قُرْبَ (a building, crowd, an airliner)

intransitive verb/فعل غير متعد

  • 2 (to be lively)

    عَجَّ بالحَيَويّةِ
    the house was buzzing with activity

    كانَ البَيْتُ يَعُجُّ بالحَرَكةِ
    her mind buzzed with ideas

    عَجَّ عَقْلُها بالأَفْكارِ

Phrasal verbs

buzz off

[informal]
انْصَرَفَ
buzz off!

انْصَرِفْ!

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