piece of cake piece of cake


  • (n) any undertaking that is easy to do


  1. After that, his dealings with China on copyright issues and limits on foreign companies should be a piece of cake.
  2. Go drop round a piece of cake or something.
  3. And the Diaper Genie isn't a piece of cake to use- lots of unnecessary effort and expense, many will tell you.


  1. USA vs. Panama match predictions: Three points to the USMNT

    The United States got a win in Jamaica and a draw in Mexico so Seattle should be a piece of cake. They will have 40,000 people there in red, white and blue, plus they're playing a Blas Perez-less Panama. Sounds like a recipe for success.
    on June 12, 2013     Source: Philly.com

  2. Sweet Molasses, I Do Declare, It’s Hotter Than a Pig on a Flapjack This Mornin’!*

    Someone offers the mayor of New York a piece of cake in the year 2050. * This is how everyone in New York will speak by the year 2050 , when the city "could have as many 90-degree days as Birmingham, Alabama, does today," according to Seth Pinsky, the president of New York City Economic Development Corp, who is helping to spearhead Mayor Bloomberg's post-Sandy hurricane planning efforts.
    on June 11, 2013     Source: New York Magazine

  3. Free cake available for Camden Parks 110th birthday

    Camden Parks 110th Birthday is taking place Wednesday with live entertainment, special offers and a free piece of cake for everyone. Steve Free and his Band will perform on the Midway Stage. Face painting and balloon creations for young guests will a...
    on June 10, 2013     Source: Charleston Daily Mail

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