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Translation of "easy" - English-Spanish dictionary


adjective   /ˈiː·zi/ ( comparative easier, superlative easiest)
A1 not difficult fácil The exam was easy. It’s easy to see why he’s so popular.
→  Opposite difficult
I’m easy informal
used to say that you will agree with any decision that is made me da igual ‘Would you like pizza or curry?’ ‘I’m easy – you choose.’
adverb   /ˈiː·zi/
take it easy
B1 to relax and not work hard tomárselo con calma I’m going to take it easy this weekend.
easier said than done
used to say that something seems like a good idea but it would be difficult to do del dicho al hecho hay un trecho I want to ask her out, but it’s easier said than done.
(Definition of easy from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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