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child's play

Definition of child's play in English:

A task which is easily accomplished: tapping telephones is child’s play
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  • The task would have been child's play to even the very worst of pickpockets.
  • It is child's play to access your bank account and track your movements through your mobile or by the cash withdrawals that you make.
  • Without much help from parents or teachers, an easy point and browse mechanism would be child's play.
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