Breeze

Breeze is British slang for a row, a disturbance.
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breeze

[n] - a slight wind (usually refreshing) 2. [v] - blow gently and lightly 3. [v] - to proceed quickly and easily
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Breeze

A wind of moderate strength. In the Beaufort Scale graduated from 'Light Breeze' to 'Fresh Breeze' for a wind speed from between 4 to 24 m.p.h.
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Breeze

Breeze noun [ French brise ; akin to Italian brezza breeze, Spanish briza , brisa , a breeze from northeast, Portuguese briza northeast wind; of uncertain origin; confer French bise , Pr. bisa , Old High German bisa , north wind, Arm. biz
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Breeze

Breeze noun [ French braise cinders, live coals. See Brasier .] 1. Refuse left in the process of making coke or burning charcoal. 2. (Brickmaking) Refuse coal, coal ashes, and cinders, used in the burning of bricks. ...
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Breeze

Breeze intransitive verb To blow gently. [ R.] J. Barlow. To breeze up (Nautical) , to blow with increasing freshness.
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breeze

zephyr noun a slight wind (usually refreshing); `the breeze was cooled by the lake`; `as he waited he could feel the air on his neck`
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breeze

verb to proceed quickly and easily
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breeze

verb blow gently and lightly; `It breezes most evenings at the shore`
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breeze

picnic noun any undertaking that is easy to do; `marketing this product will be no picnic`
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Breeze

• (n.) A light, gentle wind; a fresh, soft-blowing wind. • (n.) Refuse left in the process of making coke or burning charcoal. • (v. i.) To blow gently. • (n.) Alt. of Breeze fly • (n.) Refuse coal, coal ashes, and cinders, used in the burning of bricks. • (n.) An excited or ruffed state of feeling; a flurry of excitem
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breeze

air current designation on the Beaufort scale; it is weaker than a wind, which in turn is weaker than a gale. Breeze also denotes various local ...
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Breeze

Breeze is British slang for a row, a disturbance.
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Breeze

Breeze or The Breeze can refer to: ==People== ==Media== ==Software== ==Transportation== ...
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breeze

  1. a slight wind (usually refreshing)
  2. a task that is easy to do

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