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British English: breeze /briːz/ NOUN
A breeze is a gentle wind.
I imagined a breeze blowing against my face.
- American English: breeze
- Arabic: نَسيم
- Brazilian Portuguese: brisa
- Chinese: 微风
- Croatian: povjetarac
- Czech: vánek
- Danish: brise
- Dutch: bries
- European Spanish: brisa
- Finnish: tuulenhenkäys
- French: brise
- German: Brise
- Greek: αύρα
- Italian: brezza
- Japanese: そよ風
- Korean: 산들바람
- Norwegian: bris
- Polish: wiaterek
- European Portuguese: brisa
- Romanian: briză
- Russian: ветерок
- Latin American Spanish: brisa
- Swedish: bris vind
- Thai: สายลมที่พัดเบาๆ
- Turkish: hafif rüzgar
- Ukrainian: вітерець
- Vietnamese: gió nhẹ
British English: breeze VERB
If you breeze into a place or a position, you enter it in a very casual or relaxed manner.
He breezed into the quarter-finals of the tournament.
- American English: breeze
- Brazilian Portuguese: entrar suavemente
- Chinese: 轻而易举
- European Spanish: entrar tan campante
- French: se qualifier facilement
- German: spielend erreichen
- Italian: andare con disinvoltura
- Japanese: 楽々とこなす
- Korean: 수월하게 들어가다
- European Portuguese: entrar suavemente
- Latin American Spanish: entrar tan campante
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