①If you describe someone as breezy, you mean that they behave in a casual, cheerful, and confident manner.【adj.随意的；乐天的；自信的】
②If you describe something as breezy, especially music or clothing, you mean that it is bright, lively, and cheerful.【adj.明快的；生动的；活泼的】
③When the weather is breezy, there is a fairly strong but pleasant wind blowing.【adj.（天气）有微风的】
①Mona tried to sound breezy.
②This album is bright, breezy and playful.
③The day was breezy and warm.
Matt Haig的新书 The Midnight Library 也出现了这个表达：
a slew of
A slew of things is a large number of them.
①There have been a whole slew of shooting incidents.
②They dealt with a slew of other issues.
《经济学人》一篇题为 Wildlife wars 的文章也出现了这个表达：
“slew”这个词大家可能比较陌生，它作为动词 表示：(使)(车辆失控)滑行,(使)侧滑 【If a vehicle slews or is slewed across a road, it slides across it.】
The bus slewed sideways.