One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
1‘a slight breeze ruffled the leaves of the trees’
gentle wind, breath of wind, puff of air, current of air, flurry of air, gust
technical light air
rare cat's paw
2‘travelling through London was a breeze’
easy task, easy job, child's play, nothing, five-finger exercise, gift, walkover, sinecure
doddle, walk in the park, piece of cake, picnic, money for old rope, money for jam, cinch, sitter, kids' stuff, cushy job, cushy number, doss, cakewalk, pushover
North American duck soup, snap
NZ Australian bludge, snack
South African a piece of old tackie
British vulgar slang a piece of piss
1‘Roger breezed into her office’
saunter, stroll, sail, cruise, walk casually
glide, drift, float
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