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a piece of old tackie
An especially simple or easy task. Primarily heard in South Africa. See? I told you that application would be a piece of old tackie. After so many years as an accountant, doing taxes is a piece of old tackie for me. Don't worry, after some lessons and a bit of practice, driving becomes a piece of old tackie.
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a piece of old tackiean easy task.
1979 Cape Times Getting the news of the Zimbabwe Rhodesian ceasefire to the… guerillas might well make Paul Revere's famous midnight ride look like a piece of old tackie.
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