I'm easy


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I'm easy

I'm OK with whatever choice you have made; I'm not fussy and/or I have no preference. Oh, I'm easy, so if you want to get Chinese for dinner, that's fine with me.
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I'm easy (to please).

I accept that because I am not particular.; That's okay with me. Tom: Hey, man! Do you care if we get a sausage pizza rather than mushroom? Bob: Fine with me. I'm easy. Mary: How do you like this music? Bob: It's great, but I'm easy to please.
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I'm easy

COMMON When people say I'm easy, they mean that they do not mind which choice is made. Note: In the first idiom below, ABC is pronounced `a b c', as if you are spelling it out. `Shall we go now or later?' — `I'm easy — you decide.'
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I'm easy

said by someone when offered a choice to indicate that they have no particular preference. informal
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I’m ˈeasy

(British English, informal) used to say that you do not have a strong opinion when somebody has offered you a choice: ‘Tea or coffee?’ ‘Oh, I’m easy — I’ll have whatever you’re having.’
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"That's what I hear from them - 'I'm easy to beat'.
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It was a double for Kingscote and Dascombe after the victory of No I'm Easy (6-1) in the Smarkets Handicap.
Haydock specialists, Cheshire-based trainer Tom Dascombe and his stable jockey Richard Kingscote, teamed up for another winner on Merseyside in the opener at Haydock, the Smarkets Handicap Stakes, with No i'm Easy (6-1).
"I'm easy." And yes, I'm just as likely to say it as anyone - usually about food - so I can't adopt the high moral ground on this one.
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