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Shoot The Breeze

Shoot The Breeze - generally waste time talking; have an informal conversation

  • We were just standing around shooting the breeze.
  • I am very busy at work. I do not have time to shoot the breeze.
  • My sister and I always shoot the breeze, when we meet for lunch.
  • Tommy likes to shoot the breeze with the people next door.
  • Did you shoot the breeze with Mary?
  • I shoot the breeze with the lady at work.

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