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Verb
Simple past tense for make a low, continuous humming sound
“The auditorium continued to buzz with bored voices and only quieted when he'd tapped on the cone-shaped contraption in front of him.”
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Simple past tense for move quickly or busily
“They buzz around loudly on their motorcycles, terrorizing the citizenry with their dreadful lack of manners.”
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Simple past tense for be full of excitement or activity
“Great Victoria Street was buzzing with young people in stylish clothes after the opera and bars and restaurants were bursting at the seams.”
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Simple past tense for to be copiously supplied
“… for months the area has been buzzing with rumors that a megacorporation plans to locate its headquarters here.”
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Simple past tense for signal to someone with a buzzer
“Just then the intercom buzzed.”
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Simple past tense for gossip
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“She said she would buzz me later.”
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Past participle for make a low, continuous humming sound
“The auditorium continued to buzz with bored voices and only quieted when he'd tapped on the cone-shaped contraption in front of him.”
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Past participle for move quickly or busily
“They buzz around loudly on their motorcycles, terrorizing the citizenry with their dreadful lack of manners.”
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Past participle for be full of excitement or activity
“Great Victoria Street was buzzing with young people in stylish clothes after the opera and bars and restaurants were bursting at the seams.”
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Past participle for to be copiously supplied
“… for months the area has been buzzing with rumors that a megacorporation plans to locate its headquarters here.”
Verb
Past participle for signal to someone with a buzzer
“Just then the intercom buzzed.”
Verb
“She said she would buzz me later.”
Adjective
Drunk
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Adjective
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(somewhat informal) Feeling euphoric, typically from the effects of narcotics or alcohol
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Coated with plaster
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Drunk
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Intoxicated by alcohol
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Drunk
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Sick from excessive indulgence in drinking or eating
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Very drunk
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Being under the influence of alcohol
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Being under the influence of alcohol
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Being under the influence of alcohol
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Being under the influence of alcohol
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Being under the influence of alcohol
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Being under the influence of a recreational drug
Adjective
Intoxicated, inebriated, or otherwise stupefied by an ingested mind-altering substance, typically alcohol
Verb
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