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English definition of “buzz”


noun     /bʌz/
[S] MARKETING interested or excited talk about a new product , an event , or a person : To create a buzz that will spread to potential customers , the product itself should really excite the users .
give sb a buzz informal COMMUNICATIONS to phone someone: I'll give you a buzz next week .
(Definition of buzz noun from the Cambridge Business English Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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