buzzer


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buzz·er

 (bŭz′ər)
n.
An electric signaling device, such as a doorbell, that makes a buzzing sound.

buzzer

(ˈbʌzə)
n
1. a person or thing that buzzes
2. (Electronics) a device that produces a buzzing sound, esp one similar to an electric bell without a hammer or gong
3. (Tools) NZ a wood planing machine

buzz•er

(ˈbʌz ər)

n.
1. a person or thing that buzzes.
2. a signaling apparatus similar to an electric bell but without hammer or gong, producing a buzzing sound by the vibration of an armature.
[1600–10]
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.buzzer - a push button at an outer door that gives a ringing or buzzing signal when pushedbuzzer - a push button at an outer door that gives a ringing or buzzing signal when pushed
night bell - a doorbell to be used at night
push button, button, push - an electrical switch operated by pressing; "the elevator was operated by push buttons"; "the push beside the bed operated a buzzer at the desk"
2.buzzer - a signaling device that makes a buzzing sound
signaling device - a device used to send signals
Translations
صَفّارَه كَهْرَبائِيَّه
bzučák
summer
summeri
berregõgõzsíp
dyrabjalla, kalltæki
bzučiak
vibratörzil

buzzer

[ˈbʌzəʳ] N
1. (= intercom) → portero m automático, interfono m
2. (= factory hooter) → sirena f
3. (electronic, on cooker, timer etc) → timbre m

buzzer

[ˈbʌzər] n (= intercom) → interphone m
to ring a buzzer → sonner

buzzer

nSummer m

buzzer

[ˈbʌzəʳ] ncicalino; (in factory) → sirena

buzz

(baz) verb
1. (of an insect) to make a noise by beating its wings eg when flying. The bees buzzed angrily.
2. to be filled with or make a similar noise. My ears are buzzing; The crowd was buzzing with excitement.
noun
(sometimes with a) a buzzing sound. a buzz of conversation.
give someone a buzz
(slang) to telephone someone. I'll give you a buzz as soon as I get there.
ˈbuzzer noun
an electrical or other apparatus producing a buzzing sound.
References in classic literature ?
Soon after- wards came a "buzzer," and then the magneto- electric bell.
The Detroit Youth Choir won the Golden Buzzer from host Terry Crews with their acapella and dance rendition of the hit song 'Can't Hold Us' by Macklemore and Ryan Lewis.
The BGT judges are yet to be shown pressing the buzzer, which sees confetti drop from the ceiling when pressed at the end of an audition.
5 -- Breakfast -- Blueberry muffin w/string cheese; Lunch -- Macaroni & cheese, turkey chef salad, BBQ rib, buzzer beater basket, green beans/side salad, fresh fruit/pears, milk
Najwa Karam pressed the Golden Buzzer after the dance performance of the Lebanese Mayyas Group, which performed a dance from the Chinese and Lebanese Folklores to the tunes of Umm Kulthum.
Papermill Fishery 07814 741252 Trout are being caught on sedges, grey dusters and buzzers fished on a floating line or deeper down with hothead damsels, white fritz and cat's whisker lures.
Alan Corr, from Wingate, took a 4lb rainbow on a black buzzer and Graham Caygill, from Heighington, took a 3lb 8oz also on the black buzzer.
Meanwhile, Johnny Manuel also received a golden buzzer from (http://www.billboard.com/articles/news/7896975/johnny-manuel-seal-golden-buzzer-americas-got-talent) guest judge Seal during the final judge cuts round.
Phil Hambley had 22 and 17 trout over two visits, all to Buzzers. Chris Hall landed 16 on Damsel Nymph and Buzzers.
Sharpley: Green Buzzer, Olive Diawl Bach, Hare's Ear Shuttlecock, Brown Shipman's Buzzer, Cruncher, Black Palomino Midge, Damsel Nymph, Daddies/Hoppers, Gold-Ribbed Hare's Ear Nymph, Olive F Fly.
She said: "The buzzer was being pressed between 4.30am and 5.30am last Wednesday.
"I've always been interested in science and the giant buzzer is a really fun way for children to learn more about the energy experience firsthand."