IDIOM – TO GENERATE BUZZ

TO GENERATE BUZZ IDIOM

Meaning – to draw positive attention and interest in something, to create interest in a product or service

In Context  –  The new Google glasses are generating a lot of buzz on the internet.

Idioms with a synonymous meaning – to cause a stir.  The new Google glasses are causing quite a stir on the internet.

Idioms with a antonymous meaning – to fall flat.  The new product failed to impress the customers and it fell flat.

QUOTES WITH ‘TO GENERATE A LOT OF BUZZ’

It’s getting word out enough to generate buzz and drum up enthusiasm.”   Kitt Burroughs

That one looks good. It’s already generating a buzz.”  Sal Morreale

They have succeeded at everything they’ve ever done. Inside the industry, this is generating a lot of buzz.”  Will Davis
We’re going to three weekends next year, because we think the shows generate a momentum, buzz.” David Janoviak

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