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Related to breeze through: defer to, come to fruition, give rise to, in its entirety, pick up on
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.
breeze through something
to do something easily or quickly Lisa breezed through her homework, then started practicing for the play.
breeze through somewhere
to move through a place quickly Folks living close to the border could breeze through customs in those days.
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.