Easy

Adjective

  • (now rare except in certain expressions) Comfortable; at ease.

    "Now that I know it's taken care of, I can rest easy at night."

  • Causing ease; giving comfort, or freedom from care or labour.

    "an easy chair"

  • Not making resistance or showing unwillingness; tractable; yielding; compliant.
  • Causing ease; giving comfort, or freedom from care or labour.

    "Rich people live in easy circumstances."

  • (informal, pejorative, of a person) Consenting readily to sex.

    "He has a reputation for being easy; they say he slept with half the senior class."

  • Requiring little skill or effort. The teacher gave an easy test to her students.

    "It's often easy to wake up but hard to get up."

  • Free from constraint, harshness, or formality; unconstrained; smooth.

    "easy manners; an easy style"

  • (finance, dated) Not straitened as to money matters; opposed to tight.

    "The market is easy."

Adverb

  • In a manner without strictness or harshness.

    "Jane went easier on him after he broke his arm."

  • In a relaxed or casual manner

    "'After his illness, John decided to take it easy."

  • Not difficult, not hard.
  • Used an intensifier for large magnitudes.

    "This project will cost 15 million dollars, easy."

Noun

  • Something that is easy

Verb

  • to easy-oar (stop rowing)

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