- buzz [buz]vi.[echoic]1. to make a sound like that of a prolonged z; hum like a bee2. to talk excitedly or incessantly, esp. in low tones3. to gossip4. to move with a buzzing sound5. to be filled with noisy activity or talkvt.1. to utter or tell (gossip, rumors, etc.) in a buzzing manner2. to make (wings, etc.) buzz3. to fly an airplane low over (a building, etc.), often as a signal4. to signal (someone) with a buzzer5. Informal to telephonen.1. a sound like that of a prolonged z or a bee's hum; buzzing2. a confused sound, as of many excited voices3. noisy activity; stir; agitation4. a signal on a buzzer5. Informal BUZZ CUT6. Informal a telephone call7. Informal rumor or speculation circulating about some person, event, etc.8. Slang a condition of euphoria induced as by drugs——————buzz about or buzz aroundto scurry about——————buzz offSlang go away; depart: often used in the imperative
English World dictionary. V. Neufeldt. 2014.