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  1. breeze

    • IPA[briːz]

    英式

    • n.
      a gentle wind;a wind of force 2 to 6 on the Beaufort scale (4–27 knots or 7–50 km/h).
    • v.
      come or go in a casual or light-hearted manner;deal with something with apparently casual ease
    • noun: breeze, plural noun: breezes

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    • 1. informal come or go in a casual or light-hearted manner Roger breezed into her office
    • informal deal with something with apparently casual ease Milan had breezed through their first defence of the European Cup
    • n.
      a breeze blowing towards the land from the sea, especially during the day owing to the relative ...

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    • n.
      a wind of force 2 on the Beaufort scale (4–6 knots or 4.5-7 mph).

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    • n.
      a light wind of force 3 on the Beaufort scale (7–10 knots or 8–12 mph).

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    • n.
      a wind of force 2 on the Beaufort scale (4–6 knots or 7–12 km/h).

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    • n.
      a wind of force 5 on the Beaufort scale (17–21 knots or 31–9 km/h).

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    • n.
      a breeze blowing toward the sea from the land, especially at night, owing to the relative ...

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    • IPA[brēz]

    美式

    • n.
      a gentle wind: tantalizing cooking smells wafted on the evening breeze
    • v.
      come or go in a casual or lighthearted manner: I breezed in as if nothing were wrong

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    • IPA[briːz]

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    • n.
      small cinders mixed with sand and cement to make breeze blocks.

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    • IPA[brēz]

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    • n.
      small cinders mixed with sand and cement to make cinder blocks.

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