Give me a buzz at nine.
A buzz of talk.
The sound a bee makes is an example of a buzz.
The ringing of a telephone is an example of a buzz.
When you make a sound like a bee, this is an example of buzz.
When you give someone a ring on the phone, this is an example of how you buzz the person.
When you press a doorbell to alert someone you are there, this is an example of how you buzz someone.
The gossip around town is an example of buzz.
A feeling of general excitement at a holiday party is an example of buzz.
A feeling of being high on life is an example of buzz.
Giving someone a ring on the phone to chat is an example of giving them a buzz.
The department was buzzing with rumors.
The plane buzzed the control tower.
The latest buzz from Hollywood.
- to scurry about
- go away; depart
Other Word Forms
Idioms and Phrasal Verbs
Origin of buzz
- Middle English bussen of imitative origin
From American Heritage Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition