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2 Translation results for buzz in Spanish

noun | verb

buzz noun

unfavorite favorite play sound
zumbido (de insectos); murmullo, rumor (de voces)

Example sentences of
buzz noun

  • We heard the buzz of the bees as we walked through the garden.
  • When the machine is turned on, it makes a quiet buzz.
  • There was a buzz of voices in the hall as the audience waited for the show to start.
  • What's the latest buzz about their marriage?
  • The buzz is that she turned down the job because the pay was too low.
  • There's been quite a buzz about the new movie.
  • The team's new players are creating a buzz among baseball fans.
  • There's been a lot of buzz about the new movie.

buzz verb

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buzzed, has buzzed, is buzzing, buzzes
zumbar (dícese de un insecto), sonar (dícese de un teléfono o un despertador)

Example sentences of
buzz verb

  • Flies were buzzing around the picnic tables.
  • The hall buzzed with excitement as the audience waited for the show to start.
  • My mind is buzzing with ideas.
  • The nurse buzzed the doctor who was on duty.
  • She buzzed her secretary to say she was going out for lunch.
  • Ring the bell when you arrive and someone will buzz you into the building.
  • Let me buzz you out.

Reverse translation for buzz

zumbido  (de insectos) - buzzing, humming 
murmullo  - murmur, murmuring, rustling, rustle 
rumor  (de voces) - rumor, murmur 
zumbar  (dícese de un insecto) - to buzz, to hum, to hit, to thrash, to make fun of 
sonar  (dícese de un teléfono o un despertador) - to ring, to sound, to blow (a trumpet, a nose), to ring (bells), to look or sound familiar 
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