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buzz englannista suomeksi

  1. pöristä

  2. pörinä, sorina, suhina

  3. lentää matalalla

  4. soittaa summeria

  5. kihistä

  1. Substantiivi

  2. surina bees, humina, mutina, ininä

  3. potku; huuma

  4. kilautus, pirautus

  5. kohu major topic of conversation; huhu rumor

  6. Verbi

  7. surista low pitch, siristä high pitch, inistä very high pitch, e.g. mosquitoes

  8. touhuta, sählätä, säpistä

  9. kuiskia, kuiskuttaa, kuiskutella

  10. supista, supattaa

  11. rynnäköidä

  12. ajaa siiliksi">ajaa siiliksi

  13. tyhjentää, juoda pohjaan">juoda pohjaan

buzz englanniksi

  1. A continuous humming noise, as of bees; a confused murmur, as of general conversation in low tones.

  2. (quote-journal)

  3. A whisper.

  4. The audible friction of voice consonants.

  5. A rush or feeling of energy or excitement; a feeling of slight intoxication.

  6. ''Still feeling the buzz from the coffee, he pushed through the last of the homework.''

  7. A call or e-mail.

  8. Major topic of conversation; widespread rumor; information spread the scenes.

  9. 2006 Sept. 6, Daren Fonda, ",8599,1532256,00.html Ford Motor's New Chief: "I Think It's a Tough Situation"," ''Time'':

  10. In Detroit, the buzz is that he's too nice a guy, unwilling to impose draconian job cuts at the risk of angering the UAW.
  11. 2011 ''(w)'', "Pilot" (season 1, episode 1):

  12. Allen Gregory DeLongpre: Who's he?
    Patrick: He's only the most popular kid in school.
    Allen Gregory: Ah, the two heavyweights finally meet. Sure you're tired of all the buzz. Allen Gregory DeLongpre.
    Joel Zadak: Joel...Zadak!
  13. To make a low, continuous, humming or sibilant sound, like that made by bees with their wings.

  14. (RQ:Longfellow Hiawatha)

  15. (RQ:Lawrence Fantasia)

  16. To utter a murmuring sound; to speak with a low, humming voice.

  17. (RQ:Shakespeare Titus Andronicus)

  18. Of a group of people, to talk about some interesting topic excitedly.

  19. (RQ:Doyle Challenger)

  20. To fly while making such a sound.

  21. (RQ:Stoker Dracula)

  22. To show a high level of activity and haste, energization or excitement, to be as a bee in one’s actions but perhaps mentally charged.

  23. To whisper; to communicate, as tales, in an undertone; to spread, as a report, by whispers or secretly.

  24. (RQ:Shakespeare Henry 6-3)

  25. To talk to incessantly or confidentially in a low humming voice.

  26. To fly at high speed and at a very low altitude over a specified area, as to make a surprise pass.

  27. 2013, The Economist, ''Stopping asteroid strikes: Defenders of the Earth''

  28. (..) an asteroid a mere 15-20 metres across exploded with the force of a medium-sized atom bomb over Chelyabinsk, in Russia, and another, much larger one buzzed Earth a few hours later.
  29. To cut the hair in a close-cropped military style, or buzzcut.

  30. 2012, Ellen Hartman, ''Out of Bounds'' (page 130)

  31. Deacon said, “You used to beg me to let you buzz your hair when you were little.” “And then I grew up and realized how awful you looked when you buzzed yours.”
  32. To drink to the bottom.

  33. 1849, ''The New Monthly Magazine and Universal Register''

  34. He buzzed the bottle with such a hearty good will as settled the fate of another, which Soapey rang for as a matter of course. There was but the rejected one, which however Spigot put into a different decanter and brought in (..)
  35. To communicate with (a person) by means of a buzzer.

  36. 2012, Steven Joseph Sinopoli, ''The Seventh House'' (page 66)

  37. Then one day my secretary buzzed me and said Frank Sinatra was on the phone. When I picked up the phone it was the Chief who played dumb and would not admit that he said he was Frank Sinatra.
  38. (l) (gloss)