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Oxford dictionary definition of the word breeze:
1a gentle wind:
tantalizing cooking smells wafted on the evening breeze
[with modifier] a wind of force 2 to 6 on the Beaufort scale (4-27 knots or 7-50 km/h).
2 informal a thing that is easy to do or accomplish:
travelling through London was a breeze
[no object, with adverbial of direction] informal
come or go in a casual or light-hearted manner:
Roger breezed into her office
[no object] (breeze through) deal with something with apparently casual ease:
Milan had breezed through their first defence of the European Cup
mid 16th century: probably from Old Spanish and Portuguese briza ‘NE wind’ (the original sense in English)