What is another word for buzz off?

1222 synonyms found


[ bˈʌz ˈɒf], [ bˈʌz ˈɒf], [ b_ˈʌ_z ˈɒ_f]

"Buzz off" is a slang expression used to rudely tell someone to leave or go away. There are many synonyms for this phrase, each with their own degree of intensity. "Scram" and "shoo" are mild, while "get lost" and "take a hike" are more forceful. More aggressive synonyms are "beat it," "go jump in a lake," and "get out of my face." Some phrases that are more humorous than aggressive include "fly away," "make like a tree and leaf," and "take a long walk off a short pier." These synonyms can be used interchangeably, depending on the context and level of hostility desired.

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How to use "Buzz off" in context?

Breathing has always been a source of peace and tranquility. It is one of the identifiers of human life. In most cases, breathing is a normal, involuntary action. But sometimes, people breathe in an irregular, pent up way, as if they can't get enough air. This is called breath holding. It can be a sign of anxiety, or another type of anxiety disorder.

A person with an anxiety disorder may be too worried, or too tense, to relax. This can cause shallow breathing, or breath holding.

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