Definition of 'fizz'
Example sentences containing 'fizz'
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YOU'LL be fizzing with excitement over this opportunity. The Sun (2013)This is a car that makes you just fizz with excitement. Times, Sunday Times (2007)Feel the excitement fizzing through your life as the sun gets ready to move into your sign. The Sun (2013)It smells delicious but could do with a little more fizz. The Sun (2015)The secondary fermentation in the bottle gives off carbon dioxide which makes the cider fizz. Thorsons Organic Wine Guide (1991)It makes you fizz and shiver in a way other cars do not. Times, Sunday Times (2008)Went closer after interval but long-range effort fizzed past the far upright. Times, Sunday Times (2008)Round after round fizzed past our ears, sending up clouds of dust. Times, Sunday Times (2015) Put the fizz on ice. The Sun (2016)She was drinking fizz with chums in a royal residence - exactly the kind of behaviour that got her into financial trouble. The Sun (2010)The fourth I can see scrambling and hear fizzing with a little pique. Times, Sunday Times (2006)A get-together with my family and a little fizz to toast absent friends will do me fine. The Sun (2015)Their romances were fast-paced, inventive and fizzing with ideas. Times, Sunday Times (2008)They, on the other hand, were fizzing with excitement. Times, Sunday Times (2008)He was a fireball of creative energy, ideas fizzing from his brain like sparks from a Catherine wheel. Times, Sunday Times (2014)But the fizzing dialogue puts Peep Show head and shoulders above the rash of dire comedies on our screens. The Sun (2012)Unless you abstain from drinking fizz all day, it's inevitable your lip colour will lose its vibrancy. The Sun (2015)There are great things about to happen, there is a fizz of excitement in the earth, in the air. Times, Sunday Times (2006) Ideas fizz and pop. The Sun (2006)
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Used Occasionally. fizz is one of the 30000 most commonly used words in the Collins dictionary
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Translations for 'fizz'
British English: fizz VERB
If a drink fizzes, it produces lots of little bubbles of gas and makes a sound like a long 's'.
After a while their mother was back, holding a tray of glasses that fizzed.
Definition of fizz from the Collins English Dictionary
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