I looked into a dictionary and it says that buzz is a kind of low sound just like what bee makes.

But I've read a sentence which goes like this: sb. wants to catch a buzz in sth.

So what does "catch a buzz" mean?

I guess it means sb. wants to win sth. or try to succeed in doing sth. But it's only guess, I'm not sure about it ?

Thank you !
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I don't know how to say it.
Let's read this http://www.schriever.af.mil/news/story.asp?id=123033899
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To get a good feeling for some reason or other or to get high on drugs.

Also on alcohol.
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thank you so much,
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