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a piece of cake British English

Meaning: If you say that something is a piece of cake, you mean that it is extremely easy.

For example:

  • I finished my exam 30 minutes early. It was a piece of cake!

  • Compared to learning Japanese, learning Indonesian was a piece of cake. It's a much simpler language.

Variety: This idiom is typically used in British English but may be used in other varieties of English too.

Quick Quiz:

Her homework was a piece of cake because
  1. the house was very quiet
  2. it was filled with nuts
  3. it was so easy to do

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