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cake

1. slang That which is very easy or requires very little effort. Likely a shortening of "a piece of cake." A: "Make sure no one sees you." B: "Don't worry, a job like this will be cake."
2. informal The profits or benefits of something. My agent always takes 30% of the cake whenever I land an acting gig. Employees are demanding a bigger slice of the cake after the company posted record profits for the fourth year in a row.
3. slang The buttocks, especially on an attractive woman. Dang, look at the cake on the hottie over there!
4. slang Money. I do some freelance work in the evenings to earn a little extra cake on the side.

cakes

slang The buttocks. Can you believe he ran across the field like that, showing his bare cakes to all the world?
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Farlex Dictionary of Idioms. © 2015 Farlex, Inc, all rights reserved.

cake

1. n. money. (From bread, dough.) I can’t scrape together enough cake to do the job.
2. Go to cakes.

cakes

n. the buttocks. (Like buns.) You behave yourself or I’ll blister your cakes.
See also: cake
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