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breeze

noun uk   us   /briːz/

breeze noun (WIND)

B1 [C] a light and pleasant wind: a warm/cool breeze She let the gentle breeze cool her face.
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breeze noun (SOMETHING EASY)

[S] informal something that is easy to achieve, often unexpectedly: You won't have any problems with the entrance test - it's an absolute breeze.

breeze

verb [I usually + adv/prep] uk   us   /briːz/

breeze verb [I usually + adv/prep] (WALK)

to walk somewhere quickly and confidently, without worry or embarrassment: She just breezed in as if she'd only been away a day instead of a year.

breeze verb [I usually + adv/prep] (DO EASILY)

informal to easily complete or win something: She breezed through the song as though she'd been singing it for years.mainly US He breezed to victory with 78 percent of the vote.
Traducciones de “breeze”
en árabe نَسيم…
en coreano 산들바람…
in Malaysian bayu…
en francés brise…
en turco esinti, meltem…
en italiano brezza, venticello…
en chino (tradicionál) 風, 和風,微風…
en ruso ветерок…
en polaco wietrzyk…
in Vietnamese gió nhẹ…
en español brisa…
en portugués brisa…
in Thai สายลมที่พัดเบา ๆ…
en alemán die Brise…
en catalán brisa…
en japonés そよ風…
in Indonesian angin lembut…
en chino (simplificado) 风, 和风,微风…
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