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Noun: breeze  breez
  1. A slight wind (usually refreshing)
    "the breeze was cooled by the lake";
    - zephyr, gentle wind, air
     
  2. [informal] Any undertaking that is easy to do
    "marketing this product will be no breeze";
    - cinch [informal], picnic [informal], snap [informal], duck soup [N. Amer, informal], child's play [informal], pushover, walkover, piece of cake [informal], doss [Brit, informal]
Verb: breeze  breez
  1. Blow gently and lightly
    "It breezes most evenings at the shore"
     
  2. [informal] To proceed quickly and easily

Derived forms: breezed, breezing, breezes

See also: breeze through [informal]

Type of: air current, blow, current of air, go, labor [US], labour [Brit, Cdn], locomote, move, project, task, travel, undertaking, wind

Encyclopedia: Breeze, Mark