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easy
'iːziː
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English Definition
(形) As an adjective
  1. Obtained with little effort or sacrifice, often obtained illegally.
  2. Less in demand and therefore readily obtainable.
  3. Casual and unrestrained in sexual behavior.
  4. Affording comfort.
  5. Posing no difficulty; requiring little effort.
  6. Free from worry or anxiety.
  7. Marked by moderate steepness.
  8. Having little impact.
  9. Not hurried or forced.
  10. Affording pleasure.
  11. In fortunate circumstances financially; moderately rich.
  12. Readily exploited or tricked.
(副) As an adverb
  1. With ease.
  2. In a relaxed manner; or without hardship.
  3. Without speed.
Hyphenationeas•y
Part of Speech(形) adjective, (副) adverb, (动) verb
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容易róngyìeasy; likely; liable (to)
缓缓huǎnhuǎnslowly; unhurriedly; little by little
舒适shūshìcozy; snug
从容cóngróng, cōngróng (Tw)to go easy; unhurried; calm
宽容kuānrónglenient; tolerant; indulgent; charitable; to forgive
流畅liúchàngflowing (of speech, writing); fluent; smooth and easy
随便suíbiànas one wishes; as one pleases; at random; negligent; casual; wanton
自然而然zìrán ér ráninvoluntary; automatically
疲软píruǎntired and feeble
shàneasy; quiet
浅易qiǎnyìeasy; simple; suitable for beginners
轻而易举qīng ér yì jǔeasy; with no difficulty
easy; amiable
安逸ānyìeasy and comfortable; easy
轻省qīngshengrelaxed; easy
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