1) (not difficult: This is an easy job (to do).) lahek
2) (free from pain, trouble, anxiety etc: He had an easy day at the office.) miren
3) (friendly: an easy manner/smile.) prijazen
4) (relaxed; leisurely: The farmer walked with an easy stride.) sproščen
* * *
I [í:zi]
adjective (easily adverb)
lahek, lahkoten; zlóžen; udoben; miren, popustljiv, brezskrben, lahkomiseln; gladko tekoč; premožen
easy of access — lahko dostopen
easy of belief — lahkoveren
easy does it! — le počasi, nikamor se ne mudi!
as easy as damm it, American as easy as falling off a log — otročje lahko
in easy circumstances — v ugodnih razmerah
slang on easy street — v dobrih razmerah
to make easy — pomiriti
an easy market — tržišče, na katerem ni povpraševanja
a lady of easy virtue — pocestnica, lahkoživka
under easy sail — počasen
on easy terms — pod ugodnimi plačilnimi pogoji
slang easy on the eye — prijeten, čeden na pogled
an easy man — popustljiv, prilagodljiv človek
slang easy meat — ne preveč nevaren nasprotnik; lahek posel
II [í:zi]
lahko, z lahkoto; udobno
to go ( —ali take) things easy — ne si preveč prizadevati, ne se preveč gnati
marine easy! — počasi!
easy all! — nehajte veslati; voljno!
III [í:zi]
colloquially kratek premor

English-Slovenian dictionary. 2013.


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