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English definition of “sb could do sth with one arm/hand tied behind their back”

sb could do sth with one arm/hand tied behind their back

informal
If someone could do something with one arm/hand tied behind their back, they can do it very easily: Her part in the film wasn't very demanding - she could have played it with one hand tied behind her back.
(Definition of sb could do sth with one arm/hand tied behind their back from the Cambridge Advanced Learners Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)
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