Traducción de buzz en español:


zumbido, n.

Pronunciación: /bʌz//bəz/


  • 1

    • 1.1(of bee, wasp)

      zumbido masculino
      • He listened to the buzz of the insects, the gentle rhythmic accompaniment of the sea.
      • Finally, the maddening buzz of the insects and their sting won out and Miri shook herself, wiping her hands over her body to remove the mosquitoes attacking her.
      • The dining room was carpeted, and there was a quiet buzz of conversation from the other guests.
      • I could hear a buzz of echoing conversation as I neared the door.
      • Instantly the Country air rushed in, carrying the smell of hay and the buzz of little insects.
      • There was a buzz of conversation, a rustling of toffee papers, a feel of expectancy.
      • The monotonous buzz of bees and wasps is familiar to most Southerners, and the insects' stings can be quite painful.
      • The only sounds were the crackling of the fire and the buzz of nocturnal insects waking up.
      • Dialogue had to be carefully picked out from among the buzz of insects and neighbours chatting.
      • Then, from somewhere nearby, seemingly above the everyday sounds of the street, came the insect buzz of a tiny motor.
      • The buzz of insects and the musical chirping of grasshoppers filled the air.
      • In the background, cameras whirred like demented bluebottles, adding their drone to the low buzz of conversation.
      • A continuous buzz of black flies haloed their heads.
      • Once in a while, a heart-rending cry would pierce the buzz of conversation.
      • There was a kind of green silence to our clearing, interrupted only by the sleepy buzz of insects and the occasional hymn from a passing bird.
      • However, due to the bar at the back of the room, the constant buzz of conversation was distracting at times.
      • Over the sound of the surf I could hear vague shouts and laughter behind me, and the low buzz of many conversations: the beach was filling up.
      • I was about to lose myself to a dream, when there was a sudden swell, a growing buzz, like bees singing Bach.
      • And in Diepkloof, in the midst of the continuous buzz and hum of the crowds, is a small, quiet spot.
      • The dining hall was alive with the buzz of laughter and conversation.

    • 1.2(of voices)

      rumor masculino
      murmullo masculino
      there was a buzz of excitement in the lecture hall hubo un murmullo de agitación en la sala de conferencias

    • 1.3(as signal)

      zumbido masculino
      • Nicole's alarm clock went off that morning with a resounding buzz that seemed louder than usual.
      • We were confronted by an almost Martian environment of stark rock in a wide assortment of hues and a silence completely unnatural to our modern world of beeps, buzzes and designer cell phone rings.
      • Suddenly all the indicators began flashing an angry red and several alarms signals went off at once creating a loud cacophony of buzzes, sirens and wails.
      • Some people wanted a secure financial future, one wanted to be a role model, almost everyone wanted to escape the irritating buzz of the alarm clock every weekday morning.
      • Ironically, she would always find her eyes opening up the moment she heard her alarm clock buzz.
      • Kei groaned as for the third time that morning his hand sleepily fumbled in an attempt to silence the irritating buzz of the battery alarm clock.
      • A little intimidated, I rang, and on hearing a buzz, went up the carpeted stairs.
      • The familiar buzz that had rang for the 8 years that she had been at the military academy to nudge her awake did so.
      • I heard the buzz that signaled for me to open the door and I smiled smugly as I walked in.
      • I dialled the number and sat listening to the buzzes that represented rings.
      • He actually felt quite relieved when a buzz sounded at the door; it signaled a little extra help, whether they knew it yet or not.
      • I soon determine that the annoying buzz is coming from the pink alarm clock that lay next to me on the nightstand.
      • The loud buzz of the alarm was the only thing that could awaken me.
      • The buzz of an alarm clock sounded through the room.
      • ‘It's time to get up,’ a smooth voice said, barely carrying over the loud buzz of the alarm.
      • When the telephone rang, a loud long electronic buzz, everyone flinched, and Danny almost jumped out of his chair.
      • Jem's words are cut off by the buzz of Olivia's telephone, and Olivia presses the speaker button.
      • For sound effects there's a lot of futuristic beeps and buzzes, electrical tones, and the like.
      • The annoying buzz of my alarm clock awoke me from my dreamless sleep.
      • The buzz of telephones and fax machines fills Lauren's head as she attempts to peruse an investment project put to her by Jake.

  • 2coloquial

    (phone call)
    to give sb a buzz darle un toque a algn España coloquial
  • 3coloquial

    (from drugs, thrill)
    colocón masculino argot
    I get a real buzz out of surfing el surf me vuelve loco
  • 4Britanicocoloquial

    (rumor, news)
    rumor masculino
    the buzz is that … se rumorea que …

verbo intransitivo

  • 1

    (bee/bluebottle) zumbar
  • 2

    (telephone/alarm clock) sonar
  • 3

    (be animated)
    to buzz with sth
    • the town was buzzing with rumors la ciudad era un hervidero de rumores
    • the Boston arts scene is really buzzing hay una actividad febril en el mundo artístico de Boston
  • 4

    (reverberate, reel)
    my ears were buzzing me zumbaban los oídos
    • my head was buzzing with all the figures I had to memorize la cabeza me daba vueltas con todos los números que me tenía que aprender

verbo transitivo

  • 1

  • 2

    (call on intercom)
    llamar por el interfono
  • 3EEUUcoloquial

    (call on phone)
    darle un telefonazo a coloquial
    pegarle un telefonazo a coloquial
    echarle un telefonazo a México coloquial
    darle un toque a España coloquial
  • 4

    (aircraft) acercarse a


  • 1

    de moda
    en boga