From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishbe a pushoverbe a pushover informala)PERSUADEto be easy to persuade, influence, or defeatThey aren’t the best team in the league, but they’re no pushover, either.be a pushover forTony’s a pushover for blondes.b)EASY British English to be very easy to do or winThe exam was a pushover. →pushover
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be a pushover• She's a kind and gentle person, but she's no pushover.• The kids all think their new English teacher's a real pushover.• LoveStory I thought you'd be a pushover.• Mr. Corry quickly showed the students that he was no pushover.• I couldn't have her thinking I was a pushover.• Colonel Moore was no pushover. He wouldn't let anyone tell him what to do.• Ile De Nisky should win, but neither Monastery nor Muhbubh will be pushovers.• It was a pity one could not invade without giving advancewarnings and following the rules: it would be a pushover.