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

(Can I say there is a breeze?).
A: yes you can


a cool breeze touched her cheeks

it's like a cool breeze on a hot summer day

A cold breeze was blowing hard

Her long skirt billowed in the breeze

A light breeze came off the sea.

The leaves rustled in the breeze.

A light breeze ruffled the surface of the lake

A breeze wafted the scent towards us.

the breeze disentwined her hair.

the lamp swung in the breeze.

A light breeze was blowing.

The trees swayed gently in the breeze.

She let the gentle breeze cool her face.
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
A: Check the question to view the answer
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 the Sakura. Hello Sakura! I've always wanted to see you Sakura that's a symbol and let us know Spring has arrived.
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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