buzz in


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buzz in

vb
(tr, adverb) informal to admit (someone) to a building by activating an electronically controlled door
Translations

w>buzz in

vt (esp US: inf) to buzz somebody injdn per Türöffner hereinlassen or ins Haus lassen
References in classic literature ?
Here a buzz in the room drew the two young men a little aside, and for a minute I heard nothing but indistinct phrases, in which "removal of deposites," "panic," "General Jackson," and "revolution," were the only words I could fairly understand.
The opening-night screening of ``Docs Rock'' created a buzz in the Samuel Goldwyn Theater as the camera locked onto some of the world's greatest rock bands.
We are already very careful with strangers but this will deter people wandering in as they will have to buzz in when they get up the driveway.