buzz with

buzz with (something)

To be full of something or animated due to something, especially something intangible. When I arrived at the town meeting, it was already buzzing with conversation. The kitchen buzzed with activity as the chef and his staff prepared the three-course meal.
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buzz with something

Fig. [for a place] to be busy or filled with something. The room buzzed with excitement. The office had better be buzzing with moneymaking activity when I get there.
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In a striking testament to Hollywood's heightened interest in turning nonfiction magazine articles into film scripts, Buzz magazine plans to announce a deal today with Paramount Pictures under which the studio will provide Buzz with a discretionary fund to pay for in-depth articles with movie potential.
Google had thoroughly integrated Buzz with its Gmail, Google Reader, Flickr and other social platforms, without the users' knowledge, permission, or capability of quickly and easily turning the service off.
The successful player will explore Al's Toy Barn for clues on Woody's whereabouts, dodge falling obstacles, collect bonus elements, and defeat the Evil Emperor Zurg in an exciting laser battle before reuniting Buzz with Woody.