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buzz off

informal
phrasal verb with buzz uk   us   /bʌz/ verb
to go away: I've got some stuff to do at home, so I'm going to buzz off now. used to tell someone to go away in a rude way: Buzz off, I'm busy!
Translations of “buzz off”
in Chinese (Traditional) 離開, 滾開…
in Chinese (Simplified) 离开, 滚开…
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