||work or play slower, take it easy on
||Ease up on the younger players, eh. Don't work them too hard.
||not push as much, reduce the pressure, let up
||You can ease up on the gas pedal when we reach 100 km per hour.
|easy as pie
||very easy to do, a piece of cake
||That math problem is easy as pie. I'll show you how to do it.
|easy come, easy go
||if we get things free we do not worry when we lose them
||As Ming was spending his lottery money, he said, "Easy come, easy go."
||an easy task or job, a piece of cake
||It was a multiple-choice test - easy pickings if you studied.
||an easy life, a life with lots of money to spend
||Win five million dollars and we'll be on easy street.
|easy time of it
||not much work to do, an easy life
||While living with his wealthy aunt, he had an easy time of it.
||admit you were wrong, take back what you said (see take it back)
||When I lost the bet, I had to eat crow - admit I was wrong.
|eat high off the hog
||(See high on the hog)
|eat humble pie
||admit I did not play well, feel humble after defeat
||Ben had to eat humble pie after he finished fourth in the race.