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  • interjection idiomatic, colloquial Used to tell someone to go away.
  • verb To leave with a buzzing sound.
  • verb figuratively To leave (especially busily), take off, go away.

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  • verb leave immediately; used usually in the imperative form


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  • re: a pivotal vehicle in the murder case, from the mouth of the clueless owner thereof: "I thought someone had just buzzed off in it for a lark" (from a Marple episode; Body in the Library)

    July 17, 2010