Common Expressions : To shoot the breeze

Idiom : To shoot the breeze

To shoot the breeze is an idiomatic expression, usually American,  that has one meaning : To chat idly and without purpose. Using this context, two people having a relaxed conversation are certainly shooting the breeze.

Let’s see some examples :

– We spend hours shooting the breeze and drinking beer.

– It was a good time shooting the breeze with you, Make.

– I just met her tonight, but we shot the breeze for half an hour.


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