Questions about example sentences with, and the definition and usage of "Easy"

The meaning of "Easy" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does easy there, hungry? mean?
A: When someone says "easy there" it is just another way of saying "calm down/slow down" or "relax"
Q: What does easy mean?
Q: What does easy mean?
Q: What does Easy come, easy go mean?
A: if it is easy to do or obtain something it won't last.
Q: What does it's very easy so far mean?
A: It means it has been easy from the start up to now, but things could change.

The class is very easy so far. (Until now the class has been easy, but I don't know if it will stay easy or become difficult later on.)

Example sentences using "Easy"

Q: Please show me example sentences with easy .
A: “Man that was easy!” “was the test easy?” “How easy was the course?” “do you think it well get easier?”
Q: Please show me example sentences with easy.
A: The exam wasn't easy at all.
He is an easy-going guy.
Applying for the job is the easy part.
Q: Please show me example sentences with Oh easy. On a freezing cold day, it's tucked up in bed with a nice cup of tea..
A: Oh easy. On a freezing cold day, (he or she) *is* tucked up in bed with a nice cup of tea. 👍
Q: Please show me example sentences with easy.
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Synonyms of "Easy" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between #1 It's easy for me. and #2 It's easy to me. ?
A: It’s easy for me = correct
It SEEMS easy to me = correct
It’s easy to me = acceptable in informal conversation only
Q: What is the difference between Easy,easy and Slowly ?
A: "Easy" and "easy" are the same word, except that you put on a capital letter when "easy" is placed at the beginning of the sentence. "easy" can mean something simple or calm, while "slowly" is the contrary of "fast"
Q: What is the difference between easy and simple ?
A: Easy refers to an action that can be done with little difficulty. Simple means that something is basic or bland, depending on context.
Q: What is the difference between easy down and settle down ?
A: @tjstkdn1 I would personally say “calm down” when I’m mad with a few swear words in there 😂 settle down would sound more natural than easy down in that situation
Q: What is the difference between "easy" and "simple" ?
A: they are related.
easy = 簡単・易しい・し易い
simple = 単純・単に

Sometimes they are interchangeable:

A: What is 5 * 5?
B: Well that's easy/simple! It's 25!

Sometimes they are not.
A: He is a simple boy. (not easy). (単純)

A: It's not easy being a parent (not simple) (難しい)

Easy typically implies the opposite of difficult, whereas simple implies the opposite of complex/complicated.

Translations of "Easy"

Q: How do you say this in English (US)? easy
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Q: How do you say this in English (US)? easy
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Q: How do you say this in English (US)? easy
A: @JasmineN: (simple) another word to say easy
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? very easy
A: You just did?

"It was no problem."

"Piece of cake"

"So easy a baby could do it."

"It's child's play"

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Other questions about "Easy"

Q: It’s so easy to me does this sound natural?
A: × It’s so easy to me
✓ It’s so easy for me

Q: あなたには簡単すぎるって
too easy ですか? very easyですか?
A: too easy
very easy = とても簡単
Q: Please show me how to pronounce Its easy as.
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Q: That's damn easy. does this sound natural?
A: It sounds natural if you are speaking informally to someone, or using a slang version to make it have more meaning. "damn" being like "very". But more formal conversation, it sounds slightly unnatural. But still ok! :)
Q: "Easy there" and "take it easy" are both expressions to use when someone it's upset? Are there other ways to express this?
A: if someone is upset, saying "easy there" or "take it easy" may make them more upset. However, it is appropriate to say if the person is violent or shouting angrily. If someone is upset (as in angry), you can say "hey, calm down. What's going on?" (if they are screaming or throwing things or something). If they are upset (as in sad and crying). You can say, "What's wrong?"
I can't think of any equivalents to "easy there" and "take it easy" other than "calm down", though.
I hope this helped!

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