Questions about example sentences with, and the definition and usage of "Buzz"

The meaning of "Buzz" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does buzz mean?
A: buzz en ingles es un zumbido o como verbo zumbar tambien como informal es un chisme o rumor.
Q: What does do you want to catch a little buzz? mean?
A: do you want to get a little drunk or high
Q: What does buzz mean?
A: Buzz can be used in many ways.
1. it's a sound that honey bee makes. example: Bees are buzzing away.
2. It's used as a meaning of hype or publicity. For example, Celebrities create buzz around movies by promoting them
Q: What does buzz someone in mean?
A: this refers to living in an apartment or condo or other living space that has an electronic door system. when someone comes to visit they ring a doorbell to let you know they have arrived. you "buzz them in" means you remotely unlock the entrance so they can enter.
Q: What does "with a buzz on" in 430 mean?
A: A "buzz" means that you are not drunk (after drinking alcohol) but have had enough to feel good.

Example sentences using "Buzz"

Q: Please show me example sentences with I'm buzzing.
A: she was buzzing with excitement as she opened her birthday gift

alternatively, bees usually buzz when they fly
Q: Please show me example sentences with buzz.
A: buzz can be used in a few ways. For example younger people when drinking alcohol will say " I'm buzzed" meaning I'm somewhat drunk or intoxicated; or you can say " it's spring time and the bees are buzzing around"
Q: Please show me example sentences with buzz.
A: they got a nice buzz off the cheap wine. meaning they could feel the pleasant effects of the alcohol.

the mosquito's annoying buzz in my ear kept me wide awake. referring to the sound of the insect as it flies around.

the buzz of my alarm woke me before the sun came up. same as the mosquito, pretty much.

the marines all had typical buzz cuts. referring to short hair... probably derived from the sound of the electric clippers when they cut the hair.
Q: Please show me example sentences with buzz.
A: In this case, it means feeling. I have not heard the expression but I would understand it if I heard it.

It is usually associated with the feeling of being a little drunk before you are really drunk. So in that sentence, they might be talking about a temporary feeling of happiness.

It can also refer to talk, rumor, gossip, or information.

What's the buzz about this place?
I don't understand what the buzz is about this place, it's boring.
Did you hear the buzz about that celebrity's sex tape?

Have you ever heard of Buzzfeed. It is a popular website where it post blog and videos about popular subjects.

Synonyms of "Buzz" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between I want to get a buzz cut. and I want to have my hair cut very short. ?
A: There is not much of a difference a buzz cut (or a buzz cut fade) is just a style. They will cut your hair very short, but it is usually a little longer on top.
Saying I want to have my hair cut very short, would mean the same length all over.
Q: What is the difference between I don't like a buzz of bees very much. and A buzz of bees isn't liked very much. ?
A: 1. YOU don't like buzzing.

2. OTHERS don't like buzzing.
Q: What is the difference between to give a buzz and to phone, and to call ?
A: I think there all the same

Translations of "Buzz"

Q: How do you say this in English (US)? buzz off
A: Piss off!
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? they’ve got a buzz on. what is the meaning?
A: 比如说,喝醉一点
Q: How do you say this in English (UK)? buzz off means
A: It means 'go away'
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? buzzing
A: Check the question to view the answer
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? Please tell me the buzz word right now among the youth....
A: On fleek.
Throw shade.
Shook.

Other questions about "Buzz"

Q: What does "positive buzz" mean in this sentence?

Borderlands 3 has generated a lot of positive buzz with its gameplay reveal and hands-on impressions that came along with that event
A: it means that a good and favorable excitement has been created by the people who have seen Borderlands 3’s hands-on impressions .
Q: buzz term
cant
cult word
fad words
a hip phrase
jive talk
joyword
phrase on everybody's lips
word [phrase] of the minute
trendy words
vogue word
word in fashion
word that's going around

This is a list of English rendition of one Japanese 流行語 that I find in a Japanese-English dictionary.
Let me know which ones are commonly used.
A: "Buzzword" is the most common one we use.

Buzz term, fad word, hip phrase, trendy word, vogue word, word in fashion
These don't sound too strange but I almost never hear them used.
The other words on your list are not that common. I've never heard cant, jive talk, joyword used before...
Q: Please buzz this button when you need an assistance. does this sound natural?
A: 'Please buzz this button when you need assistance.'

Assistance is an uncountable noun, so you don't need 'an'. in the sentence.

You can also say 'Please press this button when you need assistance.'
Q: What does "harsh my buzz" in 125 mean?
A: ruining the mood. Buzz is the feeling you get when you drink alcohol. It's phrased this way to be weird on purpose so don't use it.
Q: What does "buzz" in blue line mean?
A: It means to take their small boat and go by the large cruise ships quickly. Same thing if you are in an airplane, you can buzz by a tall building.

Think of an annoying insect flying by your face. You hear the buzzing, and even though you are so much larger than them, you can't do much to prevent it.

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