easy-peasy


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easy-peasy

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

easy-peasy

[ˌiːzɪˈpiːzɪ] ADJ (Brit) (child language) → tirado, chupado
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Manners and Me: An Easy-Peasy Guide for Kids and the Grown Ups Who Love Them
Where once clambering about and surviving the rigours of a building site or steel works was easy-peasy, now just getting my socks on requires a full method statement and a military plan of attack.
And they're easy-peasy if you've also been on fireworks duty or at a display.
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Tart rhubarb is paired with naturally sweet and juicy strawberries in this easy-peasy pudding.
It's full of iron and vitamin C to stave off those changing season sniffles, so why not whip up a batch of these easy-peasy rolls?
That would be easy-peasy at this farmhouse with its own purpose-built pool and sauna.
Whether you're after a super-simple first course or you need something double-quick to serve alongside drinks, this easy-peasy pate fits the bill - and it's cheaper than smoked salmon...
Easy-peasy. I finished with a coat of clear polish, to protect my tarted-up talons.
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 and no more fumbling for keys in the dark.
It's easy-peasy once you get the hang of hypocrisy.