Definitions for Buzzbʌz
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Random House Webster's College Dictionary
a low, vibrating, humming sound, as of bees or machinery.
a rumor or report.
Informal. a phone call.
Slang. a feeling of exhilaration or pleasant intoxication.
Category: Common Vocabulary, Status (usage)
(v.i.)to make a low, vibrating, humming sound.
to be filled with such a sound.
to whisper; gossip:
The town is buzzing about the scandal.
to move busily from place to place.
Slang. to leave (usu. fol. by off).
Category: Status (usage)
(v.t.)to cause to buzz:
The fly buzzed its wings.
to tell or spread secretively.
to signal or summon with a buzzer.
Informal. to make a phone call to.
to fly a plane very low over.
Origin of buzz:
1350–1400; ME bussen; imit.
Slang.a crew cut.
Category: Common Vocabulary
Origin of buzz:
buzz, bombilation, bombination(noun)
sound of rapid vibration
"the buzz of a bumble bee"
a confusion of activity and gossip
"the buzz of excitement was so great that a formal denial was issued"
buzz, bombinate, bombilate(verb)
make a buzzing sound
"bees were buzzing around the hive"
"Planes buzzed the crowds in the square"
hum, buzz, seethe(verb)
be noisy with activity
"This office is buzzing with activity"
call with a buzzer
"he buzzed the servant"
Kernerman English Learner's Dictionary
to make a low sound like a bee
The machine buzzes when it's finished.; a fly buzzing against the window
(of place) filled with a positive feeling
The room was buzzing with excitement.
excited talk or feelings
a lot of buzz about the company on Wall Street
a low sound like a bee makes
the buzz of conversation; the buzz of a chain saw
a slight dizzy feeling from alcohol
a slight buzz from the wine
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.
A whisper; a report spread secretly or cautiously.
The audible friction of voice consonants.
A rush or feeling of energy or excitement.
Still feeling the buzz from the coffee, he pushed through the last of the homework.
A telephone call.
feeling of slight intoxication
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.
To sound forth by buzzing.
To whisper; to communicate, as tales, in an under tone; to spread, as report, by whispers, or secretly.
To talk to incessantly or confidentially in a low humming voice.
To fly very low over an airport or other location.
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
to sound forth by buzzing
to whisper; to communicate, as tales, in an under tone; to spread, as report, by whispers, or secretly
to talk to incessantly or confidentially in a low humming voice
to sound with a "buzz"
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
a whisper; a report spread secretly or cautiously
the audible friction of voice consonants
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 and feet, like a human. Invented in 1972 and reinvented in 1979, Buzz reflects the tradition of referring to Georgia Tech students as "Yellow Jackets." Buzz is also one of Georgia Tech's emblems and trademarks, one that they defended in a 1998 legal conflict with the Salt Lake Buzz.
The New Hacker's Dictionary
1. Of a program, to run with no indication of progress and perhaps without guarantee of ever finishing; esp. said of programs thought to be executing tight loops of code. A program that is buzzing appears to be catatonic, but never gets out of catatonia, while a buzzing loop may eventually end of its own accord. “The program buzzes for about 10 seconds trying to sort all the names into order.” See spin; see also grovel. 2. [ETA Systems] To test a wire or printed circuit trace for continuity, esp. by applying an AC rather than DC signal. Some wire faults will pass DC tests but fail an AC buzz test. 3. To process an array or list in sequence, doing the same thing to each element. “This loop buzzes through the tz array looking for a terminator type.”
Translations for Buzz
Kernerman English Multilingual Dictionary
(of an insect) to make a noise by beating its wings eg when flying
The bees buzzed angrily.
- gons, zoemAfrikaans
- يطنُّ، يُدَنْدِنُArabic
- zumbirPortuguese (BR)
- βομβώ, ζουζουνίζωGreek
- وز وز کردنFarsi
- 윙윙 소리를 내다Korean
- zvimbti, dūgztiLithuanian
- sanēt; dūktLatvian
- وز وز کردنPersian
- بز بز کولPashto
- a bâzâiRomanian
- ส่งเสียงหึ่ง ๆ เหมือนผึ้งThai
- vızlamak, vızıldamakTurkish
- （昆蟲等）嗡嗡叫Chinese (Trad.)
- дзижчати, гудітиUkrainian
- kêu vo voVietnamese
- （昆虫等）嗡嗡叫Chinese (Simp.)
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