Idioms: breath of fresh air -- bring an end to

breath of fresh air (See a breath of fresh air)
breath of wind (See a breath of wind)
breathe a sigh of relief feel relieved after a time of worry When we saw the children were safe, we breathed a sigh of relief.
breathe down my neck watch everything I do, follow me as I work It's difficult to work with him breathing down my neck.
breathe easy relax, breathe slower, stop worrying Mother said, "I won't breathe easy until this plane is on the ground!"
brick (See a brick)
bridge the gap help people communicate, mediate When the staff and the manager fight, I try to bridge the gap.
bright intelligent, brainy, sharp I left the water running. That wasn't a very bright thing to do.
bright-eyed and bushy-tailed frisky, lively, full of life Perry is bright-eyed and bushy-tailed tonight. He looks rested.
bring an end to (See put an end to)
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