Meaning: To make small talk; to chat.
“What are you guys talking about?” “Nothing special. Just shooting the breeze.”
She wastes a lot of time at work. She spends the first hour of the day shooting the breeze with her coworkers.
Come over to my place this weekend. We can have a couple beers and shoot the breeze!
If you’re shooting the breeze, you’re probably having…
A. A casual conversation.
B. A very serious conversation.
C. An argument.
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The correct answer is A. Shooting the breeze means you’re talking about something not too serious. A breeze, after all, is a gentle or light wind, which means you’re having a light conversation.