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breeze

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noun \ˈbrēz\

Definition of breeze

  1. 1a :  a light gentle windb :  a wind of from 4 to 31 miles (6 to 50 kilometers) an hour

  2. 2 :  something easily done :  cinch

breezeless

play \-ləs\ adjective

in a breeze

  1. :  easily

Origin and Etymology of breeze

probably from Spanish brisa northeast wind

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breeze

verb

Definition of breeze

breezed

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breezing

  1. intransitive verb
  2. 1 :  to move swiftly and airily breezed past the protesters

  3. 2 :  to make progress quickly and easily breezed through the exam breezed to victory

Examples of breeze in a Sentence

  1. Look who just breezed in!

  2. He breezed past us without so much as a nod.

  3. She breezed through the test.

First Known Use of breeze

1614


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breeze

noun

Definition of breeze

  1. :  residue from the making of coke or charcoal

Origin and Etymology of breeze

probably modification of French braise cinders — more at braise


BREEZE Defined for English Language Learners

breeze

verb

Definition of breeze for English Language Learners

  • : to move quickly and confidently

  • : to easily succeed at something


BREEZE Defined for Kids

breeze

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noun \ˈbrēz\

Definition of breeze for Students

  1. 1 :  a gentle wind

  2. 2 :  something that is easy to do The test was a breeze.



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