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breeze1 British & World English

A gentle wind

breeze2 British & World English

Small cinders mixed with sand and cement to make breeze blocks

sea breeze British & World English

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

land breeze British & World English

A breeze blowing towards the sea from the land

breeze block British & World English

A lightweight building brick made from small cinders mixed with sand and cement

fresh breeze British & World English

A wind of force 5 on the Beaufort scale (17-21 knots or 31-9 km/h)

gentle breeze British & World English

A light wind of force 3 on the Beaufort scale (7-10 knots or 13-19 km/h)

light breeze British & World English

A wind of force 2 on the Beaufort scale (4-6 knots or 7-12 km/h)

strong breeze British & World English

A wind of force 6 on the Beaufort scale (22-27 knots or 40-50 km/h)

moderate breeze British & World English

A wind of force 4 on the Beaufort scale (11-16 knots or 20-30 km/h)

shoot the breeze in shoot British & World English

Have a casual conversation

shoot the breeze British & World English

Have a casual conversation

breeze through in breeze1 British & World English

Deal with something with apparently casual ease

breeze English Thesaurus

a slight breeze ruffled the leaves of the trees

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


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