In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
informal, child language
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- I need somewhere easy-peasy to get to, because I know from experience that if people have to actually look in an A-Z they won't come.
- Oh, I know the very point of baking-mixes is to make your life easy-peasy, but still, they never fail to fill me with wonder and awe, as if I was witnessing some form of magic.
- Once I realised that the trick lies in swirling the pan as soon as the mixture is poured in, making a circular pancake was easy-peasy from there onwards.
- When I started doing this, I thought, easy-peasy, but it's actually quite difficult.
- If a round of golf is a good walk spoiled, then lugging around a golfer's bag of clubs and assorted paraphernalia makes Sisyphus's task look like an easy-peasy ramble over the hills.
- What look like easy-peasy art works made from a bunch of stuff you could buy at the store are in fact full of meaning and philosophical import.
- For me, to pose nude was easy-peasy because I've been filmed naked before onscreen, so to pose behind a cider press was fine.
- Laura is very kind and offers some alternatives: easy-peasy versions for beginners like me.
- One of the 35 children learning to cook the easy-peasy way, Adam is mastering the art of making and - best of all - tasting shortbread.
- Here you can see the real talent and precision of a company who make the physically challenging look easy-peasy.
- The self-installation kits were easy-peasy to use, and the cable modem makes the Internet as fast as DSL.
- Grilling is done on a wire rack similar to a cake cooler which is placed over the coals - easy-peasy except there are some dishes which will appeal more than others.
- And then there's me, being pleasantly surprised that I can still swim quite easily, even though I'm only mid-way up the easy-peasy pool.
- At 33, he is making almost any aspect of business look easy-peasy.
- Everything else is easy-peasy but minor roads, i.e. roads where people live… well, I can see one or two problems there.
- Working out the secret recipe ‘known only to six people ‘was easy-peasy.’
- If you've done all your research, and you're familiar with someone's work and life, then being a pop writer and interviewer is easy-peasy.
- Having so many brothers in football, I can get dirt and grass and blood stains out easy-peasy.
- He also informs us that including some form of encryption on SIM cards is easy-peasy.
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