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The word buzz describes a sound that different things make. Example:
"Hey, let’s buzz the air traffic control tower by flying really close to it" or "I heard the airplane buzzing around in the sky, we could not continue filming our video because it ruined the sound."
In these examples uses, the word "buzzing" means to fly by or fly over something, whereas in the second use of this word it simply refers to the loud, physical noise that the airplane makes whenever it is flying.
Another use of the word buzz has to do with drinking alcohol or taking certain chemicals, drugs, or substances. Examples:
"That great Czech beer really gave me a buzz! I can’t drive now" or "Many people go to Amsterdam to get buzzed in their coffee shops and tea houses."
In these two uses, the word buzz or the phrase when someone gets buzzed, mean essentially the same things.
It means that a person has consumed something, (whether they smoke it or drink it), and they’re not in control of their faculties.
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