buzz के समानार्थी
to make a vibrating sound like that of a prolonged zAttack helicopters buzzed across the city.
to move around quickly and busilyA few tourists were buzzing around.
My parents bustled around the kitchen.
The door flew open and she tore into the room.
Someone inside the building rushed out.
Suddenly she dashed out into the garden.
Claire hurried along the road.
More than a million fans are expected to scramble for tickets.
fuss, , ,
She fussed about getting me a drink.
She hastened along the landing to her room.
Two very small children scuttled away.
The attack began, sending residents scurrying for cover.
The flash sent the foxes scampering away.
(of a place) to be filled with an air of excitementThe rehearsal studio is buzzing with activity.
She said she would buzz me later.
I got more and more angry as I waited for her to phone.
Will you call me as soon as you hear anything?
I had to telephone him to say I was sorry.
ring (up) (informal, mainly British),
give someone a call,
give someone a ring (informal, mainly British),
give someone a buzz (informal),
give someone a bell (British, slang),
give someone a tinkle (British, informal),
get on the blower to (informal)
Just then the intercom buzzed.
a rapidly vibrating humming sound, such as of a beethe irritating buzz of an insect
a low sound, such as of many voices in conversationthe excited buzz of conversation
a sense of excitementPerforming still gives him a buzz.
I remember the thrill of opening presents on Christmas morning.
kick (informal), , ,
I got a kick out of seeing my name in print.
She caused a sensation at the Montreal Olympics.
a sudden tingle of excitement
flush of excitement
a telephone callWe'll give him a buzz when we get there.
The buzz is that she knows something.
There has been a lot of gossip about the reasons for his absence.
a magazine packed with celebrity gossip
They still haven't had any news about the survivors.
According to report, she made an impact at the party.
The word is that he's planning to retire.
He loved gossip and scandal.
There's a strange rumour going around.
I've heard a whisper that he is planning to resign.
dirt (slang), ,
Both parties use computers to dig up dirt on their opponents.
Much of what was reported to them was hearsay.
scuttlebutt (US, slang),
See buzz off
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अतिरिक्त समानार्थी शब्द
in the sense of call
to telephoneWill you call me as soon as you hear anything?
in the sense of call
a communication by telephoneI got a call from him late last night.
in the sense of chatter
to speak quickly and continuously about unimportant thingsEveryone was chattering away in different languages.
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