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buzz

verb /baz/
(of an insect) to make a noise by beating its wings eg when flying
zumbar
The bees buzzed angrily.
to be filled with or make a similar noise
zumbar
My ears are buzzing The crowd was buzzing with excitement.
give someone a buzz (slang) to telephone someone
dar un toque
I’ll give you a buzz as soon as I get there.
buzzer noun an electrical or other apparatus producing a buzzing sound
timbre
Press the buzzer if you require help.
(Definition of buzz from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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