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bearfreak

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Javanese
This is football (soccer). According the WR dictionary "breeze" means to move in a carfree and confident manner; to proceed quickly and easily. If it does, here it means "to gets past easily". Am I right?
12' McClean dribbles inside from the right, breezing past McArthur comfortably before lashing his shot well over the top of the goal. That's still positive for the visitors.
Crystal Palace 2 - 0 West Bromwich Albion LIVE Commentary - 10/3/15 Premier League - Goal.com
 
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