English vocabulary and translations (See all)
a (sea) breeze: a light, gentle wind (by the sea)
After the blazing heat of this morning, the light breeze feels nice.
Some idiomatic expressions that use breeze:
it's a breeze it's very easy or simple
to shoot the breeze to talk, to chat
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- "Bordello Breeze?"
- "String quartets serenade you, as you whisper 'I love you' in the gentle breeze."
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- "Bordello Breeze: last quarter you ordered 50,000 units."
- "Bordello Breeze $18,020"
- "Bordello Breeze (Gold Label)"
- "My employer, His Majesty Sheik Jafar, is a huge fan of your Bordello Breeze fragrance."
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