Breeze - definition, pronunciation, transcription

Amer.  |briːz|  American pronunciation of the word breeze
Brit.  |briːz|  British pronunciation of the word breeze


- a slight wind (usually refreshing)(syn: air, zephyr)
- any undertaking that is easy to do (syn: cinch, picnic, pushover, snap, walkover)


- blow gently and lightly
- to proceed quickly and easily


Look who just breezed in!

He breezed past us without so much as a nod.

She breezed through the test.

All in all, the test was a breeze.

To his own surprise, John breezed through his driving test this time.

She just breezed into my office and said she wanted a job.

Don't bother studying for the English exam - you'll breeze it.

the breeze was cooled by the lake

It breezes most evenings at the shore

The breeze moved the branches of the trees.

The branches moved gently in the breeze.

Flags were waving in the breeze.

A friendly breeze helped us sail the boat into the harbor.

...the dependent willow branches swayed in the gentle breeze...

A soft breeze whispered through the trees.

Word forms

I/you/we/they: breeze
he/she/it: breezes
present participle: breezing
past tense: breezed
past participle: breezed
singular: breeze
plural: breezes
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