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1to be abuzz (with sth) — bullir (de algo)
- The Promenade and Evesham Road will be abuzz with the sound of traffic patiently making its way to the racecourse.
- Who can focus, in newsrooms abuzz with today's excitements, on last month's story, which is not going to be exclusive anyway?
- By game day, last Saturday, the town was abuzz with honest excitement.
- The grumblings stopped, and soon, the city was abuzz with excitement.
- The Scottsville Race Course was abuzz with excitement as thousands of runners struggled to beat the gun.
- The township stayed abuzz after the game as Chiefs' supporters sounded their car hooters in celebration of their team's victory.
- It's very exciting, the place is abuzz for those few days.
- The party was abuzz with compliments for George's new place, which does not actually open to the public until mid-September.
- After the dance, the room is abuzz, and the wired participants discuss their newly acquired mini-choreographies.
- All around me white and yellow flowering acacia trees are abuzz with bees, wasps, and colorful cetoniid beetles.
- Every possible road over the County bounds into Tipperary will be abuzz from early morning on Sunday next as the mass exodus to Thurles begins.
- Leading Australians jumped on the bandwagon as the Santa ban spread, with radio talk-back shows abuzz with festive fury.
- Friday and the show hadn't started, yet the centre was abuzz.
- Colleges are abuzz with technical and cultural competitions.
- The 50 stalls set up at the fair are abuzz with nervous activity.
- The film circle is abuzz with Water being an Oscar contender.
- The regional Centre for Arts and Culture was abuzz with artistic activity.
- On this day, the town's main intersection was abuzz, awaiting Saudi royalty.
- A man had been murdered that morning, and the village was abuzz.
- The Library has been abuzz with a lot of activities of late.
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