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pushover

noun
     
push‧o‧ver informal

be a pushover

a) to be easy to persuade, influence, or defeat:
They aren't the best team in the league, but they're no pushover, either.
be a pushover for
Tony's a pushover for blondes.
b) British English to be very easy to do or win:
The exam was a pushover.

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