Synonyms of fizz in English:

fizz


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See UK English definition of fizz

See Spanish definition of silbar

verb

1‘the mixture fizzed like mad’

SYNONYMS
effervesce, sparkle, bubble, froth, foam, seethe
literary roil, spume

2‘all the screens were fizzing’

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crackle, sputter, buzz, hiss, fizzle, crack

noun

1‘this process puts the fizz in champagne’

SYNONYMS
effervescence, sparkle, fizziness, bubbles, bubbliness, gassiness, carbonation, aeration
froth, foam, mousse, lather, suds, head

2‘they all had another glass of fizz’

SYNONYMS
sparkling wine, champagne
informal bubbly, champers, sparkler

3‘their set is a little lacking in fizz’

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ebullience, exuberance, liveliness, life, vivacity, animation, vigour, brio, energy, verve, dash, spirit, sparkle, enthusiasm, buoyancy, jauntiness, zest
informal pizzazz, pep, zing, zip, go, get-up-and-go, oomph

4‘the fizz of the static’

SYNONYMS
crackle, crackling, buzz, buzzing, hiss, hissing, sizzle, sizzling, crack, sputter, white noise
British informal zizz
literary bombination, susurration, susurrus
rare sibilation