breeze through (something)

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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. 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!
See also: breeze, through