It’s a “Piece of Cake”

The simple (literal) meaning of “piece of cake” is this:  

But “piece of cake” is also a common idiom that means something is easy.

  • I can do that.  It’s a piece of cake.
  • Did you finish the job? >> Yes, it was a piece of cake.
  • More examples on  Can you tell which of the examples use piece of cake as an idiom, and which are using the literal meaning?

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