In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1.1(without difficulty)fácilmentecon facilidadthey won easily — ganaron fácilmente
- it's easily done — es fácil que suceda eso
- the campsite is easily accessible — el camping es de fácil acceso
- he's easily persuaded/fooled — es fácil de convencer/engañar
- it's easily obtainable — se consigue sin problemas
- He can ace all his courses easily and without much effort.
- The report states that this area could easily become cleaner with a little more effort.
- Chengannur is the major nearby town, which is easily accessible by road or rail.
- The irrigation pump could easily be hooked up in the same manner as a ice maker to the water system.
- David Nestor had a goal chance in the 55th minute, but his tame effort was easily dealt with by the Derry keeper.
- In this way an amount of roughly two thousand five hundred rupees every month can be easily collected with little effort.
- In short, enemy recruitment is easily outpacing our efforts to reduce his numbers.
- You have a strong and magnetic personality that easily faces and handles difficulties.
- They want the issues handled fairly, speedily, transparently, and in a manner that is easily understood.
- How could this be when, as Ritter says, such efforts would be easily detectable by modern technology?
- I only managed to win the league once with Celtic but it was an almighty effort and nothing came easily.
- She said these areas if developed and easily accessible would surpass in its attraction any known tourist spot in the state.
- Holdsworth gets Wanderers first shot on target - a tame effort that Sullivan covers easily.
- This keeps this information together and easily accessible with minimal effort and time.
- Technology enables us to do jobs more easily, with less effort and less cost.
- It is easily absorbed by the body and vital in the formation of red blood cells
- The disused railway line makes the bog and surrounding areas easily accessible from both ends.
- New York's transport system is geared up to get masses of people round the city quickly, cheaply and easily.
- Looking back to earlier stages of my own academic career, I can easily recall difficulties of this kind in doing my own research.
- Trust can be broken easily and takes enormous effort to rebuild.
1.2(readily)(cry/break/stain) con facilidadyou gave up much too easily — te diste por vencido demasiado pronto
- It is also true that some children are supersensitive, easily offended, and quickly angered.
- Tough and righteous babe like that doesn't get hurt easily, and I obviously did hurt her.
- She was not very happy with her job - Luni got bored far too quickly and easily.
- Figs are fairly delicate - they bruise easily and deteriorate quickly, so it's best to store them in the fridge.
- Fibreglass was commonly used in public sculptures some years ago but it was found to break easily and colours faded quickly on it.
- This dog will scare easily and will most probably beat you to the hiding place if an intruder bursts into your home!
- I blush very, very, very easily, frequently for literally no reason.
- Though he enjoyed the rush of combating the enemy, his body tired of it easily.
- She probably perspires easily, especially on her head while she is sleeping.
- I'm just one of that new brand of consumer - the one with a very short attention span, who bores quickly and easily.
1.3(move/speak) con soltura
2.1(by far)con muchofácil informal(de) lejos Latin America informalhe's easily the best — es fácil / con mucho el mejor
- there's easily enough for everybody — hay de sobra para todos
- easily our worst year since 1976 — con mucho nuestro peor año desde 1976
- Events could easily overtake the proposed policies displayed in its pages.
- In modern politics style is substance, manner is meaning, and a look is easily worth a thousand words.
- In terms of sheer physical difficulty, this could easily rank #1 on the list.
- Apparently, signals can easily crisscross and become confused.
- With a bit more determination and commitment from certain players they could easily have won the match.
- What happened there last week was easily the gravest event since the group's attack in New York.
- But that margin could easily have been a lot more such was the manner in which he came home after the last.
- Such absolute power can easily corrupt, and it is no wonder that the feudal system in Pakistan is humanly degrading.
- Such wide subjective definitions can and do easily become charters of abuse.
- These were several sentences providing significant insight into future events that could easily have been missed.
- Action which did not take such doubts seriously could easily exacerbate the problems of an already volatile region.
- The number of busts for hard drugs within the British army has doubled in two years and now easily exceeds positive tests for cannabis.
- And no doubt Intel could easily afford to waive royalties altogether with all its customers.
2.2(at least)por lo menosfácil informaltranquilo Mexico informalit must have cost easily $100 — debe de haber costado por lo menos $100
3(very conceivably)perfectamentefácilmenteit could easily have been me — podría haber sido yo perfectamente / fácilmente
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