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easy-peasy

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Pronunciation: /iːzɪˈpiːzi
 
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Definition of easy-peasy in English:

adjective

British informal
Very straightforward and easy (used by or as if by children): easy-peasy questions
More example sentences
  • For me, to pose nude was easy-peasy because I've been filmed naked before onscreen, so to pose behind a cider press was fine.
  • One of the 35 children learning to cook the easy-peasy way, Adam is mastering the art of making and - best of all - tasting shortbread.
  • And then there's me, being pleasantly surprised that I can still swim quite easily, even though I'm only mid-way up the easy-peasy pool.

Origin

1970s: reduplication of easy.

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Word of the day jaunt
Pronunciation: dʒɔːnt
noun
a short excursion or journey made for pleasure