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easy /ˈiːzi/ adjective (comparative easier, superlative easiest)

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- not difficult, a piece of cake (informal), child's play (informal), effortless, no trouble, painless, plain sailing, simple, straightforward, uncomplicated, undemanding
- carefree, comfortable, cushy (informal), leisurely, peaceful, quiet, relaxed, serene, tranquil, untroubled
- tolerant, easy-going, indulgent, lenient, mild, permissive, unoppressive
Antonyms: hard, uncomfortable, ill at ease, difficult
Contrasted words: arduous, difficult, troublesome, abstruse, complex, complicated, intricate, knotty, austere, exacting, rigid, severe, stern, strict, stringent, critical, cynical, disbelieving, mistrustful, scoffing, skeptical, suspicious, unbelieving, discontented, dissatisfied, miserable, brusque, curt, unfriendly, unpleasant, constrained, embarrassed, formal, restrained, discourteous, impolite, undiplomatic, ungracious, stiff, unsocial, withdrawn, wooden, agitated, tense, troubled, uptight, straitened, effortful, labored
Related Idioms: easy as falling off a log, easy as pie, nothing to it, in easy circumstances, on easy street
Related Words: apparent, clear, distinct, evident, manifest, obvious, plain, clear-cut, straightforward, uncomplicated, uncompounded, uninvolved, compassionate, condoning, excusing, forgiving, pardoning, sympathetic, benign, kindly, lax, moderate, soft, humoring, mollycoddling, pampering, spoiling, credulous, trusting, unmistrusting, unsuspicious, deceivable, deludable, dupable, exploitable, artless, dewy-eyed, green, simple, unsophisticated, secure, familiar, gregarious, informal, courtly, diplomatic, pleasant, polite, sociable, smooth, suave, urbane, relaxed, lethargic, unambitious, successful, thriving, facile, graceful
English Thesaurus: easy, simple, straightforward, user-friendly, undemanding, ...

[TahlilGaran] English Synonym Dictionary

I. easy1 S1 W1 /ˈiːzi/ adjective (comparative easier, superlative easiest)
[Word Family: noun: ease, unease, easiness, uneasiness; adverb: easily, uneasily, easy; adjective: easy, uneasy; verb: ease]
[Date: 1100-1200; Language: Old French; Origin: aisié, from aise; ease1]

1. NOT DIFFICULT not difficult to do, and not needing much effort Antonym : difficult, hard:
The test was easy.
Finishing the task will not be easy.
There must be an easier way to do that.
easy to do something
It’s a great car, and very easy to drive.
instructions that are easy to follow
It would have been easy for the team to lose the game.
make it easier (to do something)
The software makes it easier to download music.
Having you here does make things a lot easier for me.
as easy as pie/ABC/falling off a log (=very easy)
The station is within easy reach of (=close to) the town centre.
The park is within easy walking distance (=close enough to walk to).

2. COMFORTABLE comfortable or relaxed, and without problems Antonym : hard:
On the whole, Dad has had an easy life.
easy day/week etc
She had a nice easy day at home.
You can have an easy time of it now that the kids have all left home.
Why don’t we make life easy for ourselves and finish it tomorrow?

3. NOT WORRIED not feeling worried or anxious Antonym : uneasy:
We talk more openly when we feel easy and relaxed.
I can leave the children with my mother with an easy mind.

4. FRIENDLY friendly and pleasant with other people:
She is gentle and easy to be with.

5. EASILY ATTACKED able to be hunted or attacked without difficulty:
The soldiers on the streets are an easy target for terrorists.
Tourists are easy prey for thieves.

6. take the easy way out to end a situation in a way that seems easy, but is not the best or most sensible way:
I just took the easy way out and gave him some cash.

7. have an easy time (of it) to have no problems or difficulties:
She’s not been having an easy time of it financially.

8. easy money money that you do not have to work hard to get:
We can buy them for $10 and sell them for $25 – easy money.

9. easy on the eye/ear pleasant to look at or listen to:
Soft colours are easy on the eye.

10. it’s/that’s easy for you to say spoken used when someone has given you some advice that would be difficult for you to follow

11. there are no easy answers used when saying that it is difficult to find a good way of dealing with a problem

12. I’m easy spoken used to say that you do not mind what choice is made:
‘What would you like to do now?’ ‘I don’t know, I’m easy.’

13. be (living) on easy street especially American English informal to be in a situation in which you have plenty of money:
If I get this new job, we’ll be living on easy street.

14. on easy terms if you buy something on easy terms, you pay for it with several small payments instead of paying the whole amount at once:
New settlers in the west could buy land on relatively easy terms.

15. eggs over easy American English eggs cooked on a hot surface and turned over quickly before serving

16. woman/lady/girl of easy virtue old-fashioned a woman who has sex with a lot of men

17. SEX informal someone, especially a woman, who is easy has a lot of sexual partners
ease, easily

[TahlilGaran] Dictionary of Contemporary English

II. easy2 S2 adverb
[Word Family: noun: ease, unease, easiness, uneasiness; adverb: easily, uneasily, easy; adjective: easy, uneasy; verb: ease]

1. take it easy
a) (also take things easy) to relax and not do very much:
Take things easy for a few days and you should be all right.
b) spoken used to tell someone to become less upset or angry:
Just take it easy and tell us what happened.
c) American English spoken used to say goodbye

2. go easy on/with something to not use too much of something:
Go easy on salty foods such as bacon.

3. go easy on somebody to be more gentle and less strict or angry with someone:
Go easy on Peter for a while – he’s having a hard time at school.

4. easier said than done especially spoken used to say that something would be very difficult to do:
Finding the perfect house was easier said than done.

5. rest/breathe easy to stop worrying:
We can rest easy now – we’ve got everything under control.

6. easy does it spoken used to tell someone to be more careful and slow, especially in moving

7. get off easy informal to escape severe punishment for something that you have done wrong:
The rich could hire good lawyers and get off easy.

8. easy come, easy go spoken used when something, especially money, was easily obtained and is quickly used or spent

9. stand easy an order telling soldiers who are already standing at ease to relax more

[TahlilGaran] Dictionary of Contemporary English

VERBS be, look, seem, sound | become, get Life is getting easier for us.
remain | make sth These changes should make your job easier.
find sth I found the exam quite easy.
ADV. extremely, really, very | enough, fairly, quite, rather, relatively It is easy enough to see how it happened.
incredibly, ridiculously, surprisingly The written test was ridiculously easy.
PREP. for Writing is not easy for her.
PHRASES all too easy It was all too easy to forget why we had been sent there.
the easiest thing in the world It is the easiest thing in the world to blame your parents.
be no easy task Contacting everyone was no easy task.
quick and easy a book designed for quick and easy reference

[TahlilGaran] Collocations Dictionary

See: free and easy , get off easy , on easy street , take it easy or go easy or take things easy

[TahlilGaran] English Idioms Dictionary

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