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
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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.
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.