walk in the park


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a walk in the park

A task or activity that is easy or effortless to accomplish. I've been running marathons for years now, so this 5K run will be a walk in the park for me. It's clear that the role is a walk in the park for the veteran actor.
See also: park, walk

walk in the park

Something that is easy to do or accomplish.
See also: park, walk

walk in the park, a

Easy, without problems or difficulty. This slangy transfer of a pleasant outing to other contexts dates from the twentieth century. James Patterson used it in London Bridges (2004), when a character checks on the safety of his grandmother: “Everything fine there. Walk in the park, right, Nana?” The synonymous walk on the beach is sometimes substituted but is heard somewhat less often.
See also: walk