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buzz

US [bʌz]
UK [bʌz]
  • n.嗡嗡声;传闻;蜂鸣声;唧唧喳喳的谈话声
  • v.发出嗡嗡声;发出蜂鸣声;充满兴奋(或活动等);用蜂鸣器(发信号)
  • int.(消息)早过时了
  • Web嗡嗡叫;蜂音;巴兹
Simple Present:buzzes  Present Participle:buzzing  Past Tense:buzzed  
buzz
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v.
1.
[i]
发出嗡嗡声to make a continuous low sound
Bees buzzed lazily among the flowers.
蜜蜂在花丛中懒洋洋地嗡嗡作响。
2.
[i]
发出蜂鸣声to make a sound like a bee buzzing
The doorbell buzzed loudly.
门铃蜂鸣声大作。
My ears were buzzing(= were filled with a continuous sound) .
我耳鸣了。
3.
[i]
充满兴奋(或活动等)to be full of excitement, activity, etc.
New York buzzes from dawn to dusk.
纽约从早到晚都熙熙攘攘的。
My head was still buzzing after the day's events.
一天的活动结束后,我头脑中还是闹哄哄的。
The place was buzzing with journalists.
那个地方被记者搞得闹哄哄的。
4.
[i][t]
~ (sth) (for sb/sth)
用蜂鸣器(发信号)to call sb to come by pressing a buzzer
The doctor buzzed for the next patient to come in.
医生按蜂鸣器叫下一个病人进来。
5.
[t]
(informal)
~ sb/sth
飞近(尤指作为警告或威胁)to fly very close to sb/sth, especially as a warning or threat
n.
1.
[c][ususing]
嗡嗡声;蜂鸣声a continuous sound like the one that a bee , a buzzer or other electronic device makes
the buzz of bees hunting nectar
寻找花蜜的蜜蜂的嗡嗡声
The buzz of the Entryphone interrupted our conversation.
大门口对话机的蜂响声打断了我们的谈话。
hums and buzzes from the amplifier
扬声器发出的嗡嗡声
2.
[sing]
唧唧喳喳的谈话声the sound of people talking, especially in an excited way
The buzz of conversation suddenly stopped when she came into the room.
她一踏进屋子里,热烈的谈话便戛然而止。
3.
[sing]
(informal)
(愉快、兴奋或成就的)强烈情感a strong feeling of pleasure, excitement or achievement
a buzz of excitement/expectation
十分兴奋╱期待
She gets a buzz out of her work.
她从工作中得到了很大乐趣。
Flying gives me a real buzz .
飞行真让我兴奋。
You can sense the creative buzz in the city.
在城市里可以感觉到创造的热情。
4.
[sing]
(informal)
传闻;谣传news that people tell each other that may or may not be true
IDM
I'll give you a buzz on Monday, OK?
我星期一给你打电话行吗?
give sb a buzz
(informal)
给某人打电话to telephone sb
I'll give you a buzz on Monday, OK?
我星期一给你打电话行吗?

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