Hindi translation of 'buzz'
buzz /bʌz बज़्/
Word forms: buzzes, buzzing, buzzed
1. singular noun
A buzz is a continuous sound, like the sound of a bee when it is flying.
...the continuous buzz of insects.
...the excited buzz of conversation.
2. intransitive verb
If something buzzes, it makes a long continuous sound, like a bee.
A fly buzzed on the window-pane.
Helicopter gunships buzzed overhead.
3. intransitive verb
If a place is buzzing with activity or conversation, there is a lot of activity or conversation there, especially because something important or exciting is about to happen.
हलचल भरा होना
The capital is buzzing with rumours.
4. countable noun
If a place or event has a buzz, it has a lively, interesting and modern atmosphere.
There's a buzz about Dublin.
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Example Sentences Including 'buzz'
Mac's Ramsgate number rang four times in the distinctive double buzz , then was picked up by an answering machine.Cormorant
Behind him, the low buzz of conversation swirled upwards from the stalls.THE LAST TEMPTATION (2002)
Everywhere one looked along the 200-yard stretch there was the buzz of activity.Wall Games
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Translation of buzz from the Collins English to Hindi Dictionary