buzz

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noun
ADJECTIVE
high, high-pitched
low
loud
angry

the angry buzz of a wasp

annoying, incessant
background

the background buzz of conversation

VERB + BUZZ
hear
create, generate (both figurative)

The movie, due out next summer, is already creating a buzz.

BUZZ + VERB
surround (figurative)

An intense buzz surrounded the event.

PREPOSITION
buzz of (figurative)

I love the buzz (= excitement) of a big city.

PHRASES
a buzz of conversation, a buzz of excitement

There was a buzz of excitement all around the room.

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verb
Buzz is used with these nouns as the subject: ↑bee, ↑clock, ↑fly, ↑helicopter, ↑insect, ↑intercom, ↑mind, ↑mosquito, ↑wasp

Collocations dictionary. 2013.

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