easily

ˈi:zɪlɪ нареч.
1) легко;
свободно, без труда
2) несомненно, без сомнения, бесспорно легко, свободно;
без труда - we can * do it мы это легко можем сделать - he speaks Spanish * он легко /бегло/ говорит по-испански охотно, с готовностью, без сопротивления - he agreed * он охотно согласился;
он не сопротивлялся - he lied * ему ничего не стоило солгать (разговорное) несомненно, бесспорно - he is * the most popular author in the world он, без сомнения, самый популярный писатель в мире - this is * the best course это бесспорно самый лучший путь вполне вероятно - he can * change his mind вполне возможно /отнюдь не исключено/, что он передумает easily легко;
свободно, без труда

Большой англо-русский и русско-английский словарь. 2001.

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