breeze through


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Related to breeze through: defer to, come to fruition, give rise to, in its entirety, pick up on

breeze through (something)

1. To do something easily with little effort or concern. It's so frustrating that my best friend can just breeze through chemistry while I study for days and barely get a passing grade.
2. Proverb To travel through some place quickly and with little interest. Europe isn't a place you can just breeze through—there are so many famous sites to visit!
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breeze through

 (something)
1. Fig. to complete some task rapidly and easily. I breezed through my calculus assignment in no time at all. It was not hard. I just breezed through.
2. Fig. to travel through a place rapidly. They breezed through every little town without stopping. We didn't stop. We just breezed through.
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breeze through

v.
1. To pass through some place swiftly and without lingering: The couple breezed through the room before anyone could say hello to them.
2. To make progress with something swiftly and effortlessly: The smart student breezed through the test.
See also: breeze, through