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Meaning of “easy” - Learner’s Dictionary

easy

adverb     /ˈiːzi/
take it/things easy
B1 to relax and not use too much energy: After his heart attack, he had to take things easy for a while.Calming and relaxing
go easy on sb informal
to treat someone in a gentle way and not be too strict : Go easy on the boy - he's only young.Tender and gentleKind and thoughtful
go easy on sth informal
to not eat or use too much of something: Go easy on the chips, there aren't many left.Limiting and restrictingPreventing and impeding
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