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easy

adjective
 
 
/ˈiːzi/ (easier or easiest)
close/end/finish easier STOCK MARKET to be lower in price at the end of a period of time: Tokyo stocks closed easier on profit-taking.
on/down easy street informal having a lot of money and living comfortably: You'd think a windfall that large would put Smith on easy street.
Translations of “easy”
in Korean 쉬운…
in Arabic سَهْل…
in Portuguese fácil…
in Catalan fàcil…
in Japanese 簡単な…
in Italian facile…
in Chinese (Traditional) 不難的, 容易的, 不費力的…
in Russian легкий, нетрудный, непринужденный…
in Turkish kolay, basit, sakin…
in Chinese (Simplified) 不难的, 容易的, 不费力的…
in Polish łatwy, swobodny…
(Definition of easy from the Cambridge Business English Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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