Definition of sea breeze in English:

sea breeze

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1A breeze blowing towards the land from the sea, especially during the day owing to the relative warmth of the land.
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  • The wind never left, still relentlessly blowing, the sea breeze refreshing during the beautiful setting of the sun.
  • It also speaks to the senses, the smell of the sand and the sea breeze, the warmth of the air.
  • The sea breeze again blew the blanket off his shoulder.
2A cocktail typically consisting of vodka, grapefruit juice, and cranberry juice.
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  • Ms Knox had the sea breeze, and so when the bill for €89.90 arrived we were totally nonplussed.
  • I had a Sea Breeze and a Mike's Hard Ice Tea (that I wanted to try and it was really good).
  • Student bar staff don't know the difference between a sea breeze and a martini!

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