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be a breeze

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishbe a breezebe a breezeinformalEASY to be very easy Don’t think that learning Dutch will be a breeze. breeze
Examples from the Corpus
be a breezeAfter all that, Call My Bluff was a breeze.If you have a local job, the commute is a breeze.Installing the program on your computer is a breeze.As a gentleman of leisure it was a breeze.The second set was a breeze for Clement.Heat lightning was breaking outside and there was a breeze from the ocean that was good for the soul.There was a breeze seven floors up.My job 153 would be a breeze were it not for a certain Miss Caroline Yamamoto.Going down would be a breeze after this!
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