Definition of 'breeze'
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Example sentences containing 'breeze'
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He is brimming with charm, it is just charm in the shape of a breeze block. The Sun (2016)They shimmer when a breeze blows through the trees. Times, Sunday Times (2010)The flimsy walls wobble in the faint summer breeze. Times, Sunday Times (2012)This outfit would be the underdog to a stiff breeze. Times, Sunday Times (2006)This lot plays brass instruments and would keel over in a light breeze. Times, Sunday Times (2010)Choose a spot with cooling breezes to make life more bearable in the hot season. Times, Sunday Times (2013)Was that the summer that just breezed past? Times, Sunday Times (2011)But yesterday it was more a gentle breeze in the sun and the same is forecast today. The Sun (2012)To one side stood a large building constructed of breeze blocks. Somewhere East of Life (1994)There are sandy beaches and a cooling breeze. Times, Sunday Times (2007)Let him feel the thrill of a summer breeze on his face as he races along. Times, Sunday Times (2007)All we need now is a stiff breeze and the whole lot could come tumbling down. The Sun (2015)They would therefore be vulnerable to bright light and drying breezes. Times, Sunday Times (2008)Buying gifts is a breeze and you make meaningful bonds with unexpected people. The Sun (2011)He is now fitter and stronger than he has been in 20 years and can breeze around the golf course without a buggy. Times, Sunday Times (2010)True, their bodies are noticeably more womanly than they were; less likely to snap in two in a breeze. Times, Sunday Times (2008)He was waved through two checkpoints as he headed from Dover to Calais and breezed through two more on the return trip. The Sun (2014)As I struggled along with a horror hangover, she effortlessly breezed around the park. The Sun (2010)
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Translations for 'breeze'
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
- 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
- Spanish: entrar tan campante
Definition of breeze from the Collins English Dictionary
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