Antonym: blast, gale, hurricane. Similar words: freeze, squeeze, break, breast, break off, break out, break in, break up. Meaning: [briːz] n. 1. a slight wind (usually refreshing) 2. any undertaking that is easy to do. v. 1. blow gently and lightly 2. to proceed quickly and easily.
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