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buzzcut

or buzz cut

[buhz-kuht] /ˈbʌzˌkʌt/
noun
1.
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Word Origin and History for buzz-cut
n.

by 1973, American English, from buzz (n.), perhaps from the sound of the barber's electric clipper, + cut (n.) in the "haircut" sense.

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