breeze through

breeze through
phrasal verb [intransitive/transitive]
Word forms "breeze through":
present tense I/you/we/they breeze through he/she/it breezes through present participle breezing through past tense breezed through past participle breezed through
breeze through something to do something very easily or confidently

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