breeze along etc

breeze along etc
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She breezed along smiling to everyone — Она неслась вперед, улыбаясь каждому знакомому

You were breezing along sort of fast there, weren't you? — Ты мчался с приличной скоростью, не так ли?

You can't just breeze in here and expect to be fed! — Ты врываешься сюда, и сразу тебя кормить!

He just breezed in, asked me to lend ten pounds and when I said "No", breezed out again — Он заскочил ко мне, спросил, не могу ли я одолжить десять фунтов, и когда я сказал, что нет, быстро свалил

He breezed in for half an hour — Он заглянул к нам на полчаса

She breezed in wearing flamboyant dress — Она влетела в комнату в развивающемся ярком платье

I hate to just breeze off but duty calls — Мне не хочется вот так смываться, но служба зовет


Новый англо-русский словарь современной разговорной лексики. - М.:«Русский язык-Медиа» . . 2003.

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