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Easy to do and to be easy - thesaurus

Synonyms

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

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(as) easy as falling off a log

very easy

(as) easy as pie

very easy

be a breeze

to be extremely easy

be a doddle

to be very easy to do

be all downhill/be downhill all the way

to be easy after the difficult things that you have just done

be no hardship

to not be difficult or unpleasant

be simplicity itself

to be very simple

Bob’s your uncle

used for saying that something will be very easy or quick to do

bolt-on

adjective

British able to be added to something easily without needing any major changes

bubblegum

adjective

attractive to children or teenagers because of not being serious or not needing much mental effort

comfortable

adjective

making winning likely

cushy

adjective

informal very easy or pleasant and not involving a lot of work

ease

noun

the fact that something is easy to do

easy

adjective

used about something that is easy to do but may not be the best thing to do

easy-peasy

adjective

Britishinformal extremely easy. This word is used mainly by children or when speaking to children.

it is all too easy (for someone) to do something

used for saying that it is very easy to make a mistake or to do something that will cause problems

it is easy (for someone) to do something

used for saying that someone thinks a situation is simple, when it is really very complicated or difficult

like taking candy from a baby

American very easy to do

low-maintenance

adjective

not needing much effort or money

no bother

used for emphasizing that someone can do something very easily

no object

used for saying that something, especially money, is not a problem or difficulty

no trouble

easy and pleasant to deal with and not causing you any problems

slick

adjective

done in a very impressive way that seems to need very little effort

soft

adjective

informal not complicated, or not needing a lot of effort

something comes easy (to someone)

used for saying that it is not hard for someone to do something

step-by-step

adjective

a step-by-step plan or set of instructions is easy to follow and explains each stage of a process in a clear and simple way

there’s nothing to it

used for saying that something is very easy to do

tractable

adjective

very formal easy to deal with

with your eyes shut/closed

used for saying that it is easy to do something

Antonyms

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gaslight

to manipulate someone psychologically so that they begin to question their own perceptions and memories

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Open Dictionary

Dunning-Kruger effect

the phenomenon by which an incompetent person is too incompetent to understand his own incompetence

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