buzz

  1. sound of rapid vibration
  2. a confusion of activity and gossip

buzz

[n] - sound of rapid vibration 2. [n] - a confusion of activity and gossip 3. [v] - make a buzzing sound 4. [v] - fly low 5. [v] - call with a buzzer
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Buzz

• (v. t.) To sound with a `buzz`. • (v. t.) To talk to incessantly or confidentially in a low humming voice. • (v. t.) To whisper; to communicate, as tales, in an under tone; to spread, as report, by whispers, or secretly. • (n.) A continuous, humming noise, as of bees; a confused murmur, as of general conversation in low tones,...
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buzz

bombilation noun sound of rapid vibration; `the buzz of a bumble bee`
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Buzz

[DC Thomson] Buzz was an A3 (broadsheet) British comic that ran from (issues dates) 20 January 1973 to 4 January 1975, when it merged with The Topper. Buzz ran for 103 Issues. ==List of Buzz comic strips== These are in alphabetical order and all numbers refer to issues of Buzz. ...
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Buzz

[DC] Buzz – once called `Washington`s best electronic dance night` by The Washington Post - was one of Washington, D.C.`s longest running dance parties. It was co-founded by DJ/promoter Scott Henry and DJ/promoter and DC music store (Music Now) owner Lieven DeGeyndt at the East Side Club and then relaunched in October 1995 at the now demo...
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Buzz

[dinghy] The Buzz is a sailing dinghy designed in 1994 by Ian Howlett and manufactured by Reg White Limited of Brightlingsea as part of the `White Formula` range of boats marketed by Topper International Ltd. The Buzz is a double handed racing boat, with a single trapeze for the crewman. The boat has a fully battened mainsail, furling jib a...
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Buzz

[mascot] Buzz is one of the two official mascots of the Georgia Institute of Technology. Buzz is usually represented as a stylized yellowjacket with yellow-and-black fur, white wings, a yellow head, and antennae. He is almost never drawn with six legs, but rather with arms, legs, hands (in white gloves) and feet (in black Converse high tops...
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Buzz

[Ned`s Declassified School Survival Guide Character] http://www.dunstan.school.nz/dunstan/frames.html ...
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Buzz

[nickname] Buzz is the nickname of: ...
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buzz

[Noun] Feeling of pleasure or excitement.
Example: A buzz went round the school at the news of the pop star’s visit.
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Buzz

Buzz intransitive verb [ imperfect & past participle Buzzed ; present participle & verbal noun Buzzing .] [ An onomatopœia.] To make a low, continuous, humming or sibilant sound, like that made by bees with their wings. Hence: To utt...
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Buzz

Buzz noun 1. A continuous, humming noise, as of bees; a confused murmur, as of general conversation in low tones, or of a general expression of surprise or approbation. 'The constant buzz of a fly.' Macaulay. « I found the whole room in a buzz of politics. Addiso...
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Buzz

Buzz transitive verb 1. To sound forth by buzzing. Shak. 2. To whisper; to communicate, as tales, in an under tone; to spread, as report, by whispers, or secretly. « I will buzz abroad such prophecies That Edward shall be fearful of his life. Shak. »...
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Buzz

Annoying audio noise, created by harmonics at the 60 Hertz (the frequency of AC electricity) part of the sound frequency spectrum.
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Buzz

Buzz is slang for a telephone call.
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Buzz

Buzz marketing uses 'word-of-mouth' advertising: potential customers pass round information about a product. See also 'viral marketing'
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buzz

low-level noise, resembling that made by bees, heard during programme silence, especially on the lead-in groove
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buzz

noise appearing as a more or less regular and rapid succession of clicks
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buzz

To make a low, continuous, humming or sibilant sound, like that made by bees with their wings. Hence: To utter a murmuring sound; to speak with a low, humming voice. 'Like a wasp is buzzed, and stung him.' (Longfellow) 'However these disturbers of our peace Buzz in the people's ears.' (Shak) ... Origin: An onomatopoeia. ... Source: Websters Diction...
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