easy-peasy

easy-peasy

adj
informal Brit very easy; presenting no difficulty at all
Translations

easy-peasy

[ˌiːzɪˈpiːzɪ] ADJ (Brit) (child language) → tirado, chupado
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The Max An easy-peasy shadow stick that makes it simple to apply right into the corners.
Travelling with a baby is easy-peasy on Lucy May, a 58ft Waterways Holidays narrowboat which comes with a hand-built drop-sided cot in one of three berths.
Easy-peasy Easter cakes WHAT YOU NEED: 50g butter 100g milk or dark chocolate, broken into chunks 3 tbsp golden syrup 100g cornflakes 12 paper cupcake cases Mini sugar coated chocolate eggs METHOD:Put the butter, chocolate and golden syrup in a saucepan or microwavable bowl.
This chap, aged 68, 15 years' on the Bench, might be pondering that carrying a placard for a couple of miles is easy-peasy compared to exercising free speech, once the pride of Britain.
Added to gin, they make the most perfect ready-for-Christmas drink; one that's not only easy-peasy to make but also to savour.
It's easy-peasy once you get the hang of hypocrisy.
So why not try to join me, and get involved in the fun through my easy-peasy competition.
I have never made them but they sound quite easy-peasy.
Classes of schoolchildren whipped open their recipe books to cook up a healthy easy-peasy pizza, created by The Children's Food Trust and Pizza Express.
Easy-peasy Chocolate Cake Well to get back to chocolate cake - the ultimate comfort food - I want to share with you an easy-peasy, speedy, full-proof chocolate cake for all occasions - birthdays, bring-and-buy sales or elevenses at 10 o'clock (am or pm).
It's all about picking a specialist subject that's easy-peasy lemon-squeezie and racking up enough points in the first round that it covers up for your lack of general knowledge.