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1. To pass through some place in a particularly casual, carefree manner. She's always in such a good mood, waltzing through the office as she hands out our mail. I waltzed through a number of entry-level jobs when I was just out of college, gaining the experience I needed to pursue a career I actually wanted.
2. To complete some task or action with great ease. It irritates me that she can waltz through these tests like that, while I'm lucky to get a B- after studying all week. The team waltzed through the tournament, giving up less than five goals across all 10 games.
waltz through something
Fig. to get through something easily. I waltzed through my comps and started on my research in my second year of grad school. I tried to waltz through my assignment, but it was too hard.
To accomplish a task, chore, or assignment with little effort: Because I had studied so much, I waltzed through the exams.