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buzz / zumbido
 
buzz   [bʌz]
A. -noun
1. [of insect, device]   zumbido (m)
b. [of conversation]   rumor (m)
2. *
(=telephone call)   llamada (f) (telefónica),   telefonazo (m) / telefonazo masculine (f)
·to give somebody a buzz   dar un telefonazo a somebody, someone *,   dar un toque a somebody, someone Spain Spain
3. *
(=thrill)
·to get a buzz from something
·gozar con algo
·driving fast gives me a buzz
·conducir a toda velocidad me entusiasma
4. *
(=rumour)   rumor (m)
B. -transitive verb
1. *
(=call by buzzer)   llamar por el interfono
(United States)   (telecommunications)   dar un telefonazo or Spain un toque a Spain
2. (aeronautics)
[+plane, building, ship]   pasar rozando
C. -intransitive verb
1. [insect]   zumbar
2. [ears, crowd]   zumbar
·my head is buzzing
·me zumba la cabeza
3. (figurative)
·the school buzzed with the news
·todo el colegio comentaba la noticia
D. -compound
(=trendy)   [phrase, topic]   de moda
·buzz bomb   -noun   bomba (f) volante
·buzz saw   -noun   sierra (f) circular
 
Collins Spanish Dictionary - Complete and Unabridged and Audio Headword Pronunciation (Spanish) 8th Edition 2005 © William Collins Sons & Co Ltd. 1971,1988 © HarperCollins Publishers 1992,1993,1996,1997,2000,2003,2005.
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