a word or phrase, often sounding authoritative or technical, that is a vogue term in a particular profession, field of study, popular culture, etc.
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any of several broad-winged, soaring hawks of the genus Buteo and allied genera, especially B. buteo, of Europe. any of several New World vultures of the family Cathartidae, especially the turkey vulture. Slang. a contemptible or cantankerous person (often preceded by old): That old buzzard has lived in the same shack for twenty years. Obsolete. […]
an inlet of the Atlantic, in SE Massachusetts. 30 miles (48 km) long.