English English Dictionary

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easy in English:

1. to to


Go to sleep.
I hope to one day speak German as well as you speak English.
Why aren't you going? "Because I don't want to."
It took me more than two hours to translate a few pages of English.
Look at me when I talk to you!
Homeroom teachers should make every effort to keep in touch with their students.
Nobody ever comes to see us in this out-of-the-way village.
If I can get into university, I am hoping to learn to speak two foreign languages.
Fewer workers meant fewer people with money to buy goods.
Franklin Roosevelt was born to a rich and important New York family.
Two roundtrip tickets to Osaka, please.
The president was quoted as saying he would like to visit Japan soon.
You are welcome to the use of our house while we are away on vacation.
It began to rain heavily just as we got to the gate.
According to the weather forecast, the rainy season will set in next week.

2. straightforward straightforward


She's really straightforward.
He is usually straightforward and sincere and thereby gains the confidence of those who meet him.
It is a straightforward, pragmatic amendment to meet a specific need.
simple and easy to understand [≠ complicated] This area of law is far from straightforward (=complicated).
When the design emerged it was surprisingly simple and straightforward. expand_more
My father is a hard-working, straightforward, and modest person.
We have to be ready not only for a straightforward test of strength, but also for a struggle in which every strategy comes into play.
I prefer a straightforward man like him.
It's a very complex issue to which there is no straightforward answer. It would seem to be a general truth that nothing is as straightforward as it at first seems.
The directions you gave me were very straightforward, thank you.
straightforward instructions a straightforward person
straightforward influense
We would rather just get straightforward information from the high school.
Making a clean separation between the "useful" and the "useless" is about as straightforward as drawing the fine line between water and ice.

English word "easy"(straightforward) occurs in sets:

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3. easily


He tires easily.
You can't easily put photos on an iPad from more than one computer. However, you can email photos to yourself from various computers and download these photos to your iPad.
One thing I don't like about the iPad is that you can't easily install apps that aren't available through Apple's App Store.
Throat and nose membranes hurt by dry air allow cold viruses to enter more easily. It is important to carry out sensible counter plans against the cold with heaters and against the dryness with humidifiers.
He understood and remembered easily everything that was taught to him; his teachers were very happy about it.
This may be because of a change in people's attitude toward marriage and the sharp increase of fast food restaurants and convenience stores which are open 24 hours a day and enable young people to live more easily.
I know from experience; playing football barefoot is a bad idea. You could easily end up with broken toes.
Fires are less frightening today than they once were, because more and more houses are built of concrete, and concrete houses do not burn as easily as the old wooden ones.
I think you fall well within 'cute girl'. You'd easily go and pass in his judgement.
An inexperienced stock speculator could easily let his business go to pot and lose his entire fortune.
Good doctors explain things to patients in easily understandable ways, using anatomical models and such.
If you could easily read anything in English, what would you like to read?
Simply follow the instructions below, and in no time you will be printing full color documents just as easily and quickly as black and white.
Our team could easily have brought home the bacon, if it weren't for the team's best man being injured.
The development of word-processors has enabled us to type Japanese easily.

4. easier the easiest



English word "easy"(easier the easiest) occurs in sets:

Stopniowanie krótkich przymiotników

5. difficult


It's too difficult.
It may seem like a minor thing to you, but for a lot of people this is really difficult to do.
Last night was very hot and muggy and it was difficult to sleep.
After a certain point, everything became a little more difficult.
It is difficult to love somebody when it's not clear whether or not the other person loves you the same way.
A good password should be difficult to guess, but easy to remember.
I agree with the ban in principle, but in practice it will be extremely difficult.
Anyway, I'm glad you were able to broach this difficult subject.
It's not as difficult to find a native speaker to help you with your language studies as it used to be.
Getting food to Fort Sumter would be a very difficult job.
A person who makes an easy matter sound difficult does not seem to be so smart.
Cutting a cake into equal pieces is rather difficult.
We're studying chemistry. Our lessons aren't difficult.
He just naturally avoids everything that is intense, difficult or strenuous.
In legal documents, difficult words and phrases are often used.

English word "easy"(difficult) occurs in sets:

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6. effortless


The gymnast made cartwheels look effortless, but everyone knew the skill involved.
He made playing the violin look effortless.
The race was effortless
It is the method how learn effortless English.
Learning is so effortless for kids, but I really have to work.

English word "easy"(effortless) occurs in sets:

poziom c1, znane slowka

7. cushy


Bed in SAS Radisson was very cushy.
there are no cushy careers in fiction now
a cushy job
You’ve got to do the cushy kind of stuff, I guess.

English word "easy"(cushy) occurs in sets:

Moja pierwsza lekcja

8. cinch


It's a cinch to learn to swim.
For a person who is in good physical condition, climbing mountains is a cinch.
For a stunt professional it would have been a cinch, but Harris had never been on a film shoot before.
Don't worry. Everything is cinched.
The biochemistry test was a cinch.

9. ease


The doctor advised him to ease up on alcohol.
wiith ease
After many hardships, he now lives in comparative ease.
If you are at ease, you are feeling confident and comfortable.
For my multi-talented sister, able do anything with ease, it seems that my commonplace self is something whose existence she finds very hard to forgive.
Technology has failed to ease the conflict between man and nature.
Serotonin eases anxiety within about 20 minutes.
Ease is defined as comfort, relaxation and freedom from pain, stress or anxiety. An example of ease is how someone feels after receiving positive test results.
convenience = ease of doing something
This pain is caused by a blockage of the blood supply to the heart muscle, and the pain will not ease with rest.
Taking some illegal substances he won the race with ease. It will not be perfect but it will ease the situation.
ease is a feeling of being relaxed and comfortable. If you are at ease in a situation, you are relaxed and do not feel threatened
if something eases or eases off, it becomes less severe
Happy him who with ease can steer, from grave to gay, from lively to severe.
Don't worry, Dima attempted to put the woman at ease. "It's not mine."

10. piece of piss



11. a woman that is easily convinced to a sexual intercourse



English word "easy"(a woman that is easily convinced to a sexual intercourse) occurs in sets:

Love is in the air

12. funny


It's so funny!
John is funny. - Funny strange or funny ha-ha?
It’s funny how you remember the words of songs, even ones you don’t really like.
It's funny how German can take a verb, cut it in half, and spread it over a five-clause sentence.
Sentences bring context to the words. Sentences have personalities. They can be funny, smart, silly, insightful, touching, hurtful.
It was a pleasure to spend the evening with a smart, funny and beautiful girl like you.
Dying is nothing. So start with living, it's less funny and it lasts longer.
She said, "It's not funny! How would you like it if someone did that to you - what would you do?"
Whether we find a joke funny or not largely depends on where we have been brought up.
Funny, said the old woman as she granted his wish and disappeared forever. "That was your first wish."
Germans have no sense of humor? I don't find that funny.
The joke about the chicken crossing the road to get to the other side is an example of "anti-humor": meant to be funny because, on the surface, it is not.
People cling on to life more than anything - a funny idea, given all the beautiful things that exist in the world.
On the way out I said to my waitress, "Be careful, Sue. There's something funny about the glasses you gave me - they're filled in on the top, and there's a hole on the bottom!"
The brave sentry thinks it's funny that most Spanish 3rd-person-sentences have six possible ways of being translated to German.

13. ridiculously


a ridiculously expensive watch
The Basel Agreement sets a ridiculously low level of capital requirements and prohibits none of the tools of speculation.