Synonyms of easy in English:

easy


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adjective

1‘Wilf's task was very easy’

SYNONYMS
uncomplicated, not difficult, undemanding, unexacting, unchallenging, effortless, painless, trouble-free, facile, simple, straightforward, elementary, idiot-proof, plain sailing
informal easy-peasy, easy as pie, as easy as falling off a log, as easy as ABC, a piece of cake, child's play, kids' stuff, a cinch, no sweat, a doddle, a breeze, a pushover, money for old rope, money for jam
North American informal duck soup, a snap
US easy-breezy
Australian, New Zealand informal a bludge
South African informal a piece of old tackle
British vulgar slang a piece of piss
dated a snip
ANTONYMS

difficult

2‘some parents have easy babies and amenable children’

SYNONYMS
docile, manageable, amenable, biddable, tractable, compliant, pliant, yielding, acquiescent, accommodating, obliging, cooperative, easy-going, flexible
ANTONYMS

difficult, demanding

3‘the thug thought he had picked an easy target’

SYNONYMS
vulnerable, susceptible, exploitable, defenceless, naive, gullible, trusting, credulous, impressionable
ANTONYMS

streetwise

4‘Vic's easy manner made everyone feel at home’

SYNONYMS
natural, casual, informal, unceremonious, unreserved, uninhibited, unconstrained, unforced, unaffected, free and easy, easy-going, familiar, amiable, affable, genial, congenial, agreeable, good-humoured
carefree, nonchalant, unconcerned, composed, insouciant, urbane, suave
informal laid-back, unflappable, together
ANTONYMS

formal

5‘they are hoping for an easy life’

SYNONYMS
calm, tranquil, serene, quiet, peaceful, trouble-free, untroubled, undisturbed, unworried, contented, relaxed, comfortable, secure, safe
informal cushy
ANTONYMS

uneasy

6‘the walkers set off at an easy pace’

SYNONYMS
leisurely, leisured, unhurried, unrushed, comfortable, unexacting, undemanding, easy-going, gentle, sedate, moderate, steady, regular, even
informal laid-back
ANTONYMS

demanding

7‘she had a reputation at school for being easy’

SYNONYMS
promiscuous, sexually indiscriminate, free with one's favours, of easy virtue, unchaste, loose, wanton, abandoned, licentious, dissolute, dissipated, debauched
informal swinging, sluttish, whorish, tarty, slaggy
North American informal roundheeled
West Indian informal slack
archaic light
rare concupiscent, riggish
ANTONYMS

chaste


Phrases

    take it easy

    ‘the doctor was still advising me to take it easy’


    SYNONYMS

    relax, unwind, loosen up, ease off, ease up, let up, slow down, de-stress, unbend, rest, repose, put one's feet up, take time off, take time out, slack off, be at leisure, take one's leisure, take one's ease, laze, luxuriate, do nothing, sit back, lounge, loll, slump, flop, idle, loaf, enjoy oneself, amuse oneself, play, entertain oneself

    informal

    let it all hang out, let one's hair down, unbutton, veg out

    North American informal

    hang loose, stay loose, chill out, kick back

    ANTONYMS

    be tense, psych oneself up