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American English: /briz/
British English: /briːz/

Translation of breeze in Spanish:


  • 1 countable or uncountable (light wind)
    Example sentences
    • The wind blew not just gentle breezes but full-blown bone chilling winds.
    • Sea gulls cried overhead and gentle breezes blew from the lake.
    • All he wants is someplace warm, where palm trees blow in balmy breezes along a gentle, rolling surf.

intransitive verb

  • [colloquial]he breezed into the office
    entró en la oficina como Pedro or Perico por su casa [colloquial]
    to breeze in/out
    entrar/salir tan campante or tan pancho [colloquial]

Phrasal verbs

breeze through

verb + preposition + object
[colloquial]they breezed through the game/exam
el partido/examen les resultó un paseo [colloquial]

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