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kids' stuff

noun [U] uk   /ˈkɪdz.stʌf/ UK ( US kid stuff) disapproving us  
an activity or piece of work that is very easy: A five-mile bike ride? That's kids' stuff.
Translations of “kids' stuff”
in Chinese (Traditional) 極簡單的活動(或事情), 小兒科…
in Chinese (Simplified) 极简单的活动(或事情), 小儿科…
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