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 us   /ˈbri·zi/
  • breezy adjective (WINDY)

having light winds: It was a sunny, breezy day, just right for sailing.
  • breezy adjective (INFORMAL)

[-er/-est only] infml quick, informal, and confident: She revolutionized fashion reporting with her breezy style.
(Definition of breezy from the Cambridge Academic Content Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
Translations of “breezy”
in Chinese (Simplified) 刮风的, 清风习习…
in Turkish esintili, canlı, neşeli…
in Russian свежий, жизнерадостный…
in Chinese (Traditional) 刮風的, 清風習習…
in Polish wietrzny, pełen werwy…
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