1. Of wind, to begin to blow steadily, especially in a favorable or pleasant manner. A northeasterly wind finally breezed up and filled our sails.
2. To come up (to someone or something) quickly and in a confident, carefree, or buoyant manner. Usually followed by "to someone or something." I was nervous about asking the cashier for a refund, but Sarah breezed right up and got it done without batting an eye. Tim breezed up to the professor and told him he wouldn't have his essay done in time.
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