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Meaning: to have no preference, be flexible

For example:

  • Jose: "Where do you want to go for dinner?" Maria: "I'm easy. Wherever you like."

  • Debbie never wants to make a decision. If we say, "What do you wanna do?" or "Where do you wanna go?" she always says, "I'm easy. Up to you."

Quick Quiz:

If you ask someone which movie they'd like to see, and they say "I'm easy", it means they
  1. don't want to see a movie
  2. don't mind which movie they see
  3. need a moment to make up their mind

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