breezy

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breez·y

 (brē′zē)
adj. breez·i·er, breez·i·est
1. Exposed to breezes; windy.
2. Fresh and animated; lively: a breezy prose style.

breez′i·ly adv.
breez′i·ness n.

breezy

(ˈbriːzɪ)
adj, breezier or breeziest
1. fresh; windy: a breezy afternoon.
2. casual or carefree; lively; light-hearted: her breezy nature.
3. lacking substance; light: a breezy conversation.
ˈbreezily adv
ˈbreeziness n

breez•y

(ˈbri zi)

adj. breez•i•er, breez•i•est.
1. abounding in breezes; windy.
2. sprightly; carefree; jauntily casual: a breezy style of writing.
[1710–20]
breez′i•ly, adv.
breez′i•ness, n.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adj.1.breezy - fresh and animated; "her breezy nature"
lively - full of life and energy; "a lively discussion"; "lively and attractive parents"; "a lively party"
2.breezy - abounding in or exposed to the wind or breezesbreezy - abounding in or exposed to the wind or breezes; "blowy weather"; "a windy bluff"
stormy - (especially of weather) affected or characterized by storms or commotion; "a stormy day"; "wide and stormy seas"

breezy

adjective
2. windy, fresh, airy, blustery, blowing, gusty, squally, blowy, blusterous The day was breezy and warm.
windy heavy, calm, oppressive, windless

breezy

adjective
1. Exposed to or characterized by the presence of freely circulating air or wind:
2. Displaying light-hearted nonchalance:
Informal: corky.
Translations
كثيرُ الرِّياحمَرِح، خَفيف الظِّل
svěžívětrnýžoviální
friskluftigrask
hressilegur, glaîværvindasamur
vetristý
neşelirüzgârlışen

breezy

[ˈbriːzɪ] ADJ (breezier (compar) (breeziest (superl)))
1. [day, weather] → de viento; [spot] → desprotegido del viento
it's breezyhace viento
2. [person's manner] (= cheerful) → animado, alegre; (= nonchalant) → despreocupado

breezy

[ˈbriːzi] adj
[day, weather] → venteux/euse
[place] → venteux/euse
(= casual) → désinvolte
(= cheerful) → jovial(e)
bright and breezy [personality] → gai(e); [comedy, style] → enjoué(e)

breezy

adj (+er)
weather, daywindig; corner, spot alsoluftig
manner, personfrisch-fröhlich; melodylocker-leicht

breezy

[ˈbriːzɪ] adj (day, weather) → ventoso/a; (spot) → ventilato/a, ventoso/a; (optimism) → superficiale; (person's manner) → brioso/a, gioviale

breeze

(briːz) noun
a gentle wind. There's a lovely cool breeze today.
ˈbreezy adjective
1. windy. a breezy day.
2. (of people etc) bright, lively. She's always so bright and breezy; a breezy young man.
References in classic literature ?
And when Mr Shute was pleased with himself his manner was apt to be of the breeziest.
Conditions started to get increasingly windy during August with several stations in the West, South-West and South reporting the breeziest August in up to 10 years.
On May 26, at the beachside venue of InterContinental Doha, Tinie Tempah, who has topped charts around the world and performed at the hippest musical festivals all over, and Lost Frequencies, the Dutch maverick responsible for two of the breeziest hits over the last year such as Reality and Are You With Me, will take over the city, starting 8pm.
Even in the middle of summer, when you're looking for the lightest, breeziest fabrics available, texture helps keep your wardrobe diverse.
As the Fallons and the Kimmels and the Colberts of the world get sillier and snarkier, more viral and more visible, Craig Ferguson keeps on leaning back behind his desk on the set of "The Late Late Show,'' smirking slyly and delivering, night in and night out, the breeziest, most easygoing late-night talk show on TV.
Though an old T-shirt is just about the easiest and breeziest way to look banging in the summer months, the ones vintage dealer Brian Procell sells out of his Lower East Side storefront are as much history lessons as they are fashion statements.
A memorable scene from Players: "Sonam [Kapoor] and I were shooting in Wellington in New Zealand, the breeziest place in the world.
RUGBY MOSELEY 27 CORNISH PIRATES 27 THE wind of change that has whipped through rugby's breeziest outpost blew well-fancied Pirates off course and left a defi-nite air of optimism at Billesley Common on Saturday.
Her gravest concerns can stir up a laugh riot while her pop soundtracks send audiences down the breeziest highways, with irony riding shotgun.