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buzz groupnoun [C]

uk   us   (also buzz session)
MARKETING, MEETINGS a ​smallgroup of ​people that is ​divided from a larger ​group to ​talk about ​ideas, ​solutions to problems, etc.: Each ​buzzgroup will discuss one of these topics and ​report back to the whole ​group.
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