Questions about example sentences with, and the definition and usage of "Breeze"

The meaning of "Breeze" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does It's breezing. mean?
A: maybe you mean: it's breezy? (it's a bit windy) or maybe you mean: he is breezing through his exams (passing them easily)
Q: What does a relative breeze mean?
A: yeah relatively has a similar meaning to slightly
Q: What does breezing mean?
A: A light and pleasant wind Examples 1.The sudden breeze made the candles blow out. 2.A light breeze stirred the leaves lying on the path.
Q: What does breeze mean?
A: A light wind. It's usually used when it's really hot out but there's a light wind- "it's so hot, that breeze feels good"
Q: What does to catch the breeze of a red-state summer night. mean?
A: catch the breeze = enjoy the breeze red-state = a U.S. state that is Republican; usually in the south so it means... to enjoy the breeze of a summer night in a southern state. I hope that makes sense

Example sentences using "Breeze"

Q: Please show me example sentences with "breeze, blustery,windy,gale,hurricane".
A: Breeze is the most gentle. Blustery means it was windy Gale is a strong wind Hurricane is a storm
Q: Please show me example sentences with breeze.
A: A cool breeze wafted across the desert. Olga found that her English homework was a breeze. She finished it in five minutes.
Q: Please show me example sentences with in a breeze.
A: Oh sorry! Okay an example would be "That test was a breeze" meaning the test was easy.

Synonyms of "Breeze" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between seducing IS a breeze and seducing IT'S a breeze ?
A: In English, the sentence structure is Subject-Verb-object/description. ‘Seducing is a breeze’-‘seducing’ is the subject, ‘is’ is the verb and an breeze is the object/description. ‘It’s’ is considered a subject as it is referring to the previously mentioned subject, which is seducing, so the second sentence is incorrect. Hope that helps.
Q: What is the difference between It's a breeze. and It's a piece of piss. ?
A: "It's a breeze" is a phrase indicating that something is simple or easy. "It's a piece of piss" would generally be a sentence that is negative or insulting.
Q: What is the difference between breeze and wind ?
A: Well, it’s like comparing a cup of water to the ocean.
Q: What is the difference between breeze and wind and If you're sitting near the window and you feel cooling air. is it called wind or breeze ? ?
A: breeze has a very positive connotation while wind is neutral. This breeze feels nice. The wind is blowing.

Translations of "Breeze"

Q: How do you say this in English (US)? breeze
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Q: How do you say this in English (UK)? breeze and mean
A: 'breeze' and 'mean'.
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? breeze
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Other questions about "Breeze"

Q: Please show me how to pronounce it was a breeze.
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Q: On breeze days, especially in the lately afternoon, I like to go up to the terrace and look for where is the sunset and then take a picture about it. In case the wind comes, I'll lean on the railling to enjoy the feeling that the wind gives. does this sound natural?
A: On [breezy] days, especially in the [late] afternoon, I like to go up to the terrace [to see the] sunset [and take] a picture [of] it. [If] the wind comes, [I] lean on the railling to enjoy the feeling [of the wind].
Q: It feels good with nice breeze. does this sound natural?
A: I think you are trying to say the breeze feels good. Say: the nice breeze feels good.
Q: Can you please correct my English and make it sound more natural, please? I'm feeling a nice breeze. It is gentle and mindful. It's neither hot nor cold nice climate and I'm standing at the tree looking at...
A: I'm feeling a nice breeze. (this is good) It's gentle and peaceful. (peaceful is better, because mindful can only be a characteristic of a person) The weather is not too hot or too cold. (we say this because something cannot be not hot and not cold at the same time.) I am standing by a tree looking at the cherry blossoms. Hello cherry blossoms! ("sakura" is "cherry blossom" in English) I always look forward to seeing cherry blossoms because they are a symbol to let us know Spring has arrived. ("I've always wanted" means you've never seen Sakura before and this will be your first time.)
Q: Sometime nice breeze coming into my room through the window. It makes me feel asleep. does this sound natural?
A: SometimeS A nice breeze COMES into my room through the window. It makeS me FALL asleep.

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