English version

be a piece of cake

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishbe a piece of cakebe a piece of cakespokenEASY to be very easy ‘How do you do that?’ ‘It’s a piece of cake! Watch!’ cake
Examples from the Corpus
be a piece of cakeThe one he was allocated, Parky, a homely, Hoomey-sized bay, was a piece of cake compared with Bones.Creating graphs is a piece of cake on the computer.Should be a piece of cake.Normally, walking along tarmac is a piece of cake after the rocky excursion along a ridge.That was a piece of cake compared to finding a square mile without an ad.My bone marrow was harvested a couple of weeks ago and the whole thing was a piece of cake.But there is no use pretending the Saturn-Pluto effect will be a piece of cake.Getting tickets to the game will be a piece of cake.
be a piece of cakebe a piece of cakeinformalEASY to be very easy to do Landing this type of aircraft is a piece of cake for an experienced pilot. piece
Examples from the Corpus
be a piece of cakeThe one he was allocated, Parky, a homely, Hoomey-sized bay, was a piece of cake compared with Bones.Should be a piece of cake.Normally, walking along tarmac is a piece of cake after the rocky excursion along a ridge.That was a piece of cake compared to finding a square mile without an ad.My bone marrow was harvested a couple of weeks ago and the whole thing was a piece of cake.Glacier walking is a piece of cake; well this bit was, with rolling hills of dazzling serenity.But there is no use pretending the Saturn-Pluto effect will be a piece of cake.
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