no sweat
phrasal slang with little or no difficulty ; easily; also easy — often used interjectionally

New Collegiate Dictionary. 2001.

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  • No Sweat — may refer to: No Sweat (organisation), a not for profit organisation which fights for the well being and protection of sweatshop labourers No Sweat (TV series), a British television children s comedy show No Sweat (Blood, Sweat Tears album), 1973 …   Wikipedia

  • No sweat — Álbum de Blood, Sweat Tears Publicación 1973 Género(s) Jazz rock Discográfica Columbia Records …   Wikipedia Español

  • no sweat — means something is easy. For example, This contest is just no sweat. meaning This contest is just easy …   The small dictionary of idiomes

  • no sweat — ► no sweat informal all right; no problem. Main Entry: ↑sweat …   English terms dictionary

  • no sweat — phrasal slang : with little or no difficulty : easily anybody can land on the new deck, no sweat Frank Harvey * * * no sweat (informal) Words used to signify assent, or indicating that something will present no problems • • • Main Entry: ↑sweat * …   Useful english dictionary

  • no sweat — interj. no problem; Don’t worry; it is no problem. □ It’s no big deal. No sweat. □ No sweat, don’t fret about it …   Dictionary of American slang and colloquial expressions

  • no sweat — 1) easily accomplished, uncomplicated The work was no sweat. I finished it in about two hours. 2) no problem No sweat. I will help you all day tomorrow if you need me …   Idioms and examples

  • no\ sweat — I. adj slang informal Easily accomplished, uncomplicated. That job was no sweat. II. adv Easily. We did it no sweat …   Словарь американских идиом

  • no sweat — not a problem, no trouble, no prob    Thanks for the help, Ryan. No sweat, man …   English idioms

  • no sweat — np No problem. It s no sweat to have the report in to you by Monday. 1950s …   Historical dictionary of American slang

  • no sweat — there is no problem or difficulty. We ll be back by six, no sweat, but if there s a problem, we ll call you …   New idioms dictionary

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