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Easy to do and to be easy

easy

adjective

not difficult to do, or not needing much work

simple

adjective

easy to understand, solve, or do

convenient

adjective

easy to do, or not causing problems or difficulties

elementary

adjective

easy

effortless

adjective

done well or successfully and without any effort

manageable

adjective

able to be dealt with or controlled easily

trouble-free

adjective

not affected by any problems or difficulties

mindless

adjective

not needing any thought or intelligence

undemanding

adjective

not needing much mental or physical effort

come naturally/easily/easy (to someone)

to be easy for someone to do, without them needing to try hard

food rave

a very large party where people eat, sell or share many different types of food, usually held outside or in a large public building

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