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easygoing

Pronunciation: /ˌiːziˈgəʊɪŋ/

Translation of easygoing in Spanish:

adjective/adjetivo

  • she's pretty easygoing es una persona de trato fácil or sin complicaciones he has an easygoing attitude to life se toma la vida con calma or [colloquial/familiar] con soda the new teacher is fairly easygoing el profesor nuevo no es muy exigente or (Mexico/México) [colloquial/familiar] es bastante barco when it comes to food, I'm pretty easygoing en cuanto a comida, no tengo remilgos or soy fácil de complacer or (in Latin America also/en América Latina también) no soy mañoso
    Example sentences
    • The watchword here was informality, with the pair linking skits and sketches in an amiable, easy-going manner.
    • It eventually led to a glamorous career in which he was equally as famous for his technical skill with a camera as his easy-going manner behind it.
    • Instead, approach her with a mature, easy-going attitude and genuinely listen to what she has to say.

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