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  1. easy

    • IPA[ˈēzē]

    美式

    • adj.
      achieved without great effort; presenting few difficulties;(of a period of time or way of life) free from worries or problems
    • adv.
      without difficulty or effort
    • exclamation
      be careful
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    • 相關詞
    • 片語
    • adj.
      形容詞
    • 1. achieved without great effort; presenting few difficulties:

      an easy way of retrieving information

    • 2. (of a period of time or way of life) free from worries or problems:

      promises of an easy life in the New World

    • 3. (of a person) lacking anxiety or awkwardness; relaxed:

      his easy and agreeable manner

      they didn't feel easy about what they were doing

    • 4. (of an object of attack or criticism) having no defense; vulnerable:

      he was vulnerable and an easy target

    • 5. (of a woman) open to sexual advances; sexually available:

      her reputation at school for being easy

    • adv.
      副詞
    • 1. without difficulty or effort:

      we all scared real easy in those days

    • exclamation
    • 1. be careful:

      easy, girl—you'll knock me over!

    • adj. easy; simple:

    • here is an easy-breezy recipe to whip up fresh almond milk in your kitchen

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    • adj. easy; simple:

    • easy-breezy recipes for salads and homemade salad dressings

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    • n. money obtained by dubious means or for little work.

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    • n. money obtained by dubious means or for little work.

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    • n. popular music that is tuneful and undemanding:

    • easy-listening tunes

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    • n. a large, comfortable chair, typically an armchair.

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    • n. another term for soft touch (see soft)

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    • ph. go to sleep without worries

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    英式

    • adj.
      achieved without great effort; presenting few difficulties:
    • an easy way of retrieving information
    • adv.
      without difficulty or effort:
    • we all scared real easy in those days
    • excl.
      be careful:
    • easy, girl—you'll knock me over!

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