easy: Meaning and Definition of
Pronunciation: (ē'zē), [key]
— adj., adv., n. eas•i•er, eas•i•est,
- not hard or difficult; requiring no great labor or effort: a book that is easy to read; an easy victory.
- free from pain, discomfort, worry, or care: He led an easy life.
- providing or conducive to ease or comfort; comfortable: an easy stance; an easy relationship.
- fond of or given to ease; easygoing: an easy disposition.
- not harsh or strict; lenient: an easy master.
- not burdensome or oppressive: easy terms on a loan.
- not difficult to influence or overcome; compliant: an easy prey; an easy mark.
- free from formality, constraint, or embarrassment: He has an easy manner.
- effortlessly clear and fluent: an easy style of writing.
- readily comprehended or mastered: an easy language to learn.
- not tight or constricting: an easy fit.
- not forced or hurried; moderate: an easy pace.
- not steep; gradual: an easy flight of stairs.
- (of a commodity) not difficult to obtain; in plentiful supply and often weak in price.
- (of the market) not characterized by eager demand.
- (of a bilge) formed in a long curve so as to make a gradual transition between the bottom and sides of a vessel; slack.
- (of the run of a hull) having gently curved surfaces leading from the middle body to the stern; not abrupt.
- in an easy manner; comfortably: to go easy; take it easy.
- a word formerly used in communications to represent the letter E.
- easy (Thesaurus)