1. (weather) 
a. la brisa (F) 
A gentle breeze came from the island.Llegaba una brisa suave desde la isla.
2. (colloquial) (easy task) (United States) 
Compared to being a doctor, doing carpentry at home is a breeze.Comparado con ser doctor, hacer carpintería en casa es pan comido.
intransitive verb
3. (to go without care) 
Much to the chagrin of his coworkers, he breezed into the office at 10:30.Muy a pesar de sus colegas, entró a la oficina a las 10:30 como si nada.
1. (general) 
a. la brisa (F) 
2. (colloquial) (United States) 
it was a breezefue coser y cantar
intransitive verb
3. (general) 
to breeze in/outentrar/salir despreocupadamente
breeze [briːz]
1 (wind) brisa (f)
it's a breeze es coser y cantar (informal); to do sth in a breeze (US) hacer algo con los ojos cerrados
intransitive verb
to breeze in entrar como si nada; to breeze through sth hacer algo con los ojos cerrados
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