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Pronunciation of Buzz: Learn how to pronounce Buzz in English correctly

Learn how to say Buzz correctly in English with this tutorial pronunciation video.

Oxford dictionary definition of the word buzz:

noun
1a low, continuous humming or murmuring sound, made by or similar to that made by an insect:
the buzz of the bees
a buzz of conversation
the sound of a buzzer or telephone.
informal a telephone call:
I’ll give you a buzz
2an atmosphere of excitement and activity:
there is a real buzz about the place
informal a feeling of excitement or euphoria; a thrill:
I got such a buzz out of seeing the kids’ faces
3 informal a rumour:
there’s a strong buzz that he’s in Scotland
verb
[no object]
1make a low, continuous humming sound:
mosquitoes were buzzing all around us
(often as noun buzzing) (of the ears) be filled with a humming sound:
I remember a buzzing in my ears
signal to someone with a buzzer:
the intercom buzzed loudly
[with object]:
he buzzed the stewardesses every five minutes
[with object] informal telephone (someone):
he buzzed me on the car phone
2 [with adverbial of direction] move quickly or busily:
she buzzed along the M1 back into town
[with object] Aeronautics, informal fly very close to (another aircraft, the ground, etc.) at high speed:
helicopter gunships were sent to buzz the villages
3 (usually be buzzing with) be full of excitement or activity:
Westminster is buzzing with anticipation
within an hour, every department was buzzing with the news
(of a person) be euphoric or very stimulated:
twenty-four hours later Marcus was still buzzing
4 [with object] British informal throw (something) hard.
Phrasal Verbs

buzz off
[often in imperative] informal go away.
Origin:

late Middle English: imitative