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a piece of old tackie

Definition of a piece of old tackie in English:

An easy task: tossing a magazine together looks like a piece of old tackie
More example sentences
  • After you've done this, the rest is a piece of old tackie.
  • As everyone has a house and a street address the periodic census is a piece of old tackie.
  • Choosing the best bedroom furniture among the multitude of possibilities isn't a piece of old tackie for the average Joe.
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