easeverbuk us /iːz/
ease verb (MAKE LESS)
- New measures have been introduced to ease traffic congestion in the city.
- After the Second World War lots of prefabs were put up to ease the housing crisis.
- A decisive win would certainly help to ease the pressure on the team's captain.
- This latest incident will do nothing to ease tensions between the two countries.
- The new laws are intended to ease the burden of social welfare costs.
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ease verb (MOVE)
easenoun [U]uk us /iːz/
- (as) easy as pie/ABC/anything/falling off a log idiom
- at the push of a button idiom
- at the stroke of a pen idiom
- be (all) downhill idiom
- be child's play idiom
- give/hand sth to sb on a (silver) platter idiom
- rocket science
- sb could do sth with one arm/hand tied behind his/her back idiom