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. 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 something

to do something easily or quickly Lisa breezed through her homework, then started practicing for the play.
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breeze through somewhere

to move through a place quickly Folks living close to the border could breeze through customs in those days.
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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.
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