US: /ˈbɹiz/
UK: /bɹˈiːz/

English Vietnamese dictionary

breeze /bri:z/
  • danh từ
    • ruồi trâu
    • danh từ
      • than cám
      • danh từ
        • gió nhẹ
        • (địa lý,địa chất) gió brizơ
        • (từ lóng) sự cãi cọ
        • (từ lóng) sự nổi cáu
        • to fan the breezes
          • (từ Mỹ,nghĩa Mỹ), (thông tục) làm một việc mất công vô ích, làm một việc thừa
        • to get (have) the breeze up
          • (thông tục) phát cáu, nối cáu
        • sợ hãi
        • nội động từ
          • thổi nhẹ
          • (từ lóng) đi lướt qua, chạy lướt qua (như gió)
          • to breeze up
            • thổi mạnh thêm (gió)

        Advanced English dictionary

        noun, verb
        + noun
        1 [C] a light wind: a sea breeze + The flowers were gently swaying in the breeze. + A light breeze was blowing.
        2 [sing.] (informal) a thing that is easy to do: It was a breeze. + Going down the hill would be a breeze after the long climb up!
        Idioms see SHOOT v.
        + verb [V +adv./prep.] to move in a cheerful and confident way in a particular direction: She just breezed in and asked me to help.
        Phrasal Verbs: breeze through sth to do sth successfully and easily: He breezed through the tests.

        Thesaurus dictionary

        1 breath, puff, zephyr, wind, draught, gust, Nautical cat's-paw:
        A breeze sprang up from the north, and the little boat moved forward.
        2 easy or simple job or task, nothing, Colloq snap, Slang cinch, US lead-pipe cinch:
        It ought to be a breeze to find someone at that salary.

        Collocation dictionary


        faint, gentle, light, little, slight, soft | stiff, strong | sudden | cold, cool, fresh | warm | pleasant
        pleasant sea breezes
        | evening, morning, night | sea, summer | northerly, westerly, etc.

        BREEZE + VERB

        blow, come, drift
        A light breeze came off the sea.
        | ruffle sth, rustle sth, stir sth
        A sudden breeze rustled the long dry grass.
        | come up
        A breeze came up in the late afternoon.
        | drop


        in a/the ~
        The curtains fluttered in the night breeze.

        Concise English dictionary

        +a slight wind (usually refreshing)
        +any undertaking that is easy to do
        +blow gently and lightly
        +to proceed quickly and easily