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"breeze" in American English

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breezenoun

us   /briz/
  • breeze noun (WIND)

[C] a light wind: He sat in the sun, enjoying the gentle sea breeze.
  • breeze noun (SOMETHING EASY)

[C usually sing] infml something that is easy to do: The entrance exam turned out to be a breeze.

breezeverb [I always + adv/prep]

us   /briz/ infml
to walk somewhere quickly and confidently: Twenty minutes into the lecture she just breezed in and took a seat in the front row.
to achieve something easily: She breezed to victories in the 100 and 200 meters. He breezed through four years of Latin.
(Definition of breeze from the Cambridge Academic Content Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)







"breeze" in British English

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breezenoun

uk   /briːz/ us   /briːz/

breezeverb [I usually + adv/prep]

uk   /briːz/ us   /briːz/
(Definition of breeze from the Cambridge Advanced Learners Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)
Translations of “breeze”
in Korean 산들바람…
in Arabic نَسيم…
in Malaysian bayu…
in French brise…
in Russian ветерок…
in Chinese (Traditional) 風, 和風,微風…
in Italian brezza, venticello…
in Turkish esinti, meltem…
in Polish wietrzyk…
in Spanish brisa…
in Vietnamese gió nhẹ…
in Portuguese brisa…
in Thai สายลมที่พัดเบา ๆ…
in German die Brise…
in Catalan brisa…
in Japanese そよ風…
in Chinese (Simplified) 风, 和风,微风…
in Indonesian angin lembut…
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