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kids' stuff

Something that is very easy to understand, achieve, or use, especially when encountered by one on a more advanced level. The highly anticipated match turned out to be kids' stuff for the returning champions. Do you have anything more difficult? This book is kids' stuff.
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kid's stuff

a very easy task. Climbing that hill is kid's stuff. Driving an automatic car is kid's stuff.
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kids' stuff

something that is childishly simple or naive. informal
1982 Vivien Alcock The Sylvia Game He had grown out of the game; it was kid's stuff. Besides it always landed him in trouble.
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ˈkids’ stuff

(British English) (American English ˈkid stuff) something that is very easy to do or understand: ‘What did you think of the maths exam?’ ‘Kids’ stuff. I’m sure I’ve passed.’
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