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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I believe the last time the sport was played at the Paralympics was in 1988 in Seoul when it really buzzed along, but there doesn't seem to be any evidence snooker was ever included again.
I did find it lacked a little bit of power on steeper inclines, but that minor gripe aside, it was a pleasure to drive as it buzzed along winding country lanes with a real spring in its step.
The tidal water started filling the depressions around us, drawing a few green-winged teal that buzzed along the new waterways.
Most of the set was taken up by tracks from that new album like Believer and Alive, and they buzzed along in a light, entertaining way.
That film cleverly buzzed along, detailing how Iron Man came to be--while establishing Robert Downey Jr.
Number 10: The Buzz Wagon buzzed along courtesy of a lumberjack and, er, a beaver - Rufus Ruffcut and Sawtooth, who used buzzsaws for wheels.
Students dropped to the floor, chanting encouragement as the robots buzzed along yardsticks set out to measure progress.
Electricity buzzed along and they ended with the hymn-like Romance of the Telescope which OMD say is their own favourite.
Aberdovey buzzed along quite contentedly in company with Brazilian Terrace, and Cover Drive was one of a quartet of juveniles to catch the eye.
Once back in the city, it buzzed along quite happily, though.
Gracefulness and luminous strings also distinguished the andante and although the finale buzzed along warmly, this was a very gentle boisterousness.
It was a quite dreadful blunder which summed up a match which buzzed along at 100 miles per hour without ever providing any true moments of quality.
The model buzzed along a wire, disappearing behind a curtain to be replaced seconds later by a full-scale airplane which smashed into and literally uprooted the glass wall that formed the back of the set.
Though most of the captives refused to flap their wings, six bees buzzed along with the tunnel's speed-controlled airstream.
The match simply buzzed along from the moment Dean Windass (pictured) scored after just 41 seconds.