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breeze1 US English

A gentle wind

breeze2 US English

Small cinders mixed with sand and cement to make cinder blocks

land breeze US English

A breeze blowing toward the sea from the land, especially at night, owing to the relative warmth of the sea

sea breeze US English

A breeze blowing toward the land from the sea, especially during the day owing to the relative warmth of the land

breeze block US English

British term for cinder block.

gentle breeze US English

A light wind of force 3 on the Beaufort scale (7-10 knots or 8-12 mph)

fresh breeze US English

A wind of force 5 on the Beaufort scale (17-21 knots or 20-24 mph)

strong breeze US English

A wind of force 6 on the Beaufort scale (22-27 knots or 25-31 mph)

light breeze US English

A wind of force 2 on the Beaufort scale (4-6 knots or 4.5-7 mph)

moderate breeze US English

A wind of force 4 on the Beaufort scale (13-18 miles per hour, or 11-16 knots)

shoot the breeze US English

Have a casual conversation

shoot the breeze in shoot US English

Have a casual conversation

breeze US Thesaurus

a breeze ruffled the leaves

breeze through English-Spanish

they breezed through the game/exam

the sea air/breeze in sea English-Spanish

el aire/la brisa del mar

to be a breeze in breeze English-Spanish

ser* pan comido familiar/colloquial, ser* un bollo RPlfamiliar/colloquial

to breeze in/out in breeze English-Spanish

entrar/salir* tan campante

they'll win in a breeze in breeze English-Spanish

van a ganar sin problemas, van a ganar con la gorra

there was a warm breeze in warm English-Spanish

soplaba una brisa cálida

the flowers danced in the breeze in dance English-Spanish

las flores se mecían con la brisa

branches softly swaying in the breeze in softly English-Spanish

ramas meciéndose suavemente con la brisa

a feather wafted in on the breeze in waft English-Spanish

una pluma entró flotando con la brisa

the breeze had blown up into a storm in blow English-Spanish

la brisa había dado paso a una tormenta

the breeze had blown up into a storm in blow up English-Spanish

la brisa había dado paso a una tormenta

a feather floated past on the breeze in float English-Spanish

una pluma pasó flotando en la brisa

the poppies were nodding in the breeze in nod English-Spanish

las amapolas se mecían con la brisa

the wheat was swaying in the breeze in sway English-Spanish

el trigo se mecía con la brisa

the breeze riffled the feathers on her hat in riffle English-Spanish

la brisa acariciaba suavemente las plumas de su sombrero

the boat scudded (along) before the fresh breeze in scud English-Spanish

el barco se deslizaba empujado por la brisa