Crowded with business or activities; having a great deal going on.
“We crossed a busy street.”
Engaged in activity or by someone else.
“The director cannot see you now: he’s busy.”
“Her telephone has been busy all day.”
“He is busy with piano practice.”
“They are busy getting ready for the annual meeting.”
Having a lot going on; complicated or intricate.
“Flowers, stripes, and checks in the same fabric make for a busy pattern.”
To make somebody busy or active; to occupy.
To rush somebody.
A police officer.
Having a buzzing sound.
Being the subject of cultural buzz.
having a great deal to do
“he had been too busy to enjoy himself”
occupied with or concentrating on a particular activity or object of attention
“the team members are busy raising money”
(of a time or place) full of activity
“I’ve had a busy day”
“the busy city streets”
(of a telephone line) engaged.
excessively detailed or decorated
“the lavish set designs are a little too busy”
keep oneself occupied
“she busied herself with her new home”
a police officer
“I was picked up by the busies for possession”