Synonyms of buzz in English:

buzz


See definition of buzz

noun

1‘the buzz of the bees’

SYNONYMS

hum, humming, buzzing, murmur, drone, whir, whirring, fizz, fizzing, fuzz, hiss, singing, whisper

British informal zizz

tinnitus

literary bombination, bombilation, susurration, susurrus

rare sibilation

2‘there was an insistent buzz from her control panel’

SYNONYMS

audible warning, purr, purring, ring, ringing, note, tone, beep, bleep, meep, warble, signal, alarm, alert

3‘I'll give you a buzz’

See call

4‘the buzz is that he's gone’

See rumour

5‘I got a buzz out of seeing the kids' faces’

SYNONYMS

thrill, feeling of excitement, feeling of euphoria, stimulation, glow, tingle

delight, joy, pleasure, fun, enjoyment

titillation

kick

North American charge


verb

1‘bees buzzed in the clover’

SYNONYMS

hum, drone, bumble, whir, fizz, fuzz, hiss, sing, murmur, whisper

British informal zizz

literary bombinate, bombilate, susurrate

rare sibilate

2‘the intercom on her desk buzzed’

SYNONYMS

purr, sound, reverberate, ring, beep, bleep, warble

3‘the director buzzed around checking camera angles’

SYNONYMS

bustle, scurry, scuttle, scramble, scamper, flutter, fuss

hurry, hasten, make haste, rush, race, dash, run, sprint, tear, shoot, charge, chase, career

British scutter

scoot, beetle, whizz, hare, zoom, zip

4‘the club is buzzing with excitement’

SYNONYMS

have an air of

be active, be lively, be busy, bustle, be bustling, hum, throb, vibrate, pulse, whirl