buzz along

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buzz along

1. slang To leave some place. You need to buzz along if you're going to make it to the airport on time.
2. slang To drive at a fast pace. Be careful crossing the street with all those cars buzzing along. A: "If I keep buzzing along at this speed, I think we'll get to the party on time after all!" B: "Yeah, unless a cop stops us first!"
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buzz along

to move or drive along fast. The cars were buzzing along at a great rate. Traffic is sure buzzing along.
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buzz along

1. in. to depart. Well, I must buzz along.
2. in. to drive or move along rapidly. “You were buzzing along at eighty-two miles per hour,” said the cop.
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