coser y cantar

Submitted by líadan on Sun, 04/08/2013 - 23:57

Idiomatic translations of "coser y cantar"

Azerbaijani
Uşaq oyuncağı
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Azerbaijani
2 vuraq 2 (2x2)
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Bulgarian
фасулска работа
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Catalan
ésser (alguna cosa) bufar i fer ampolles
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Chinese
易如反掌
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Chinese
垂手可得
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Chinese
輕而易舉
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Croatian
bez po muke
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Croatian
Mačji kašalj
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Danish
Det er børnelærdom
Danish
Legende let
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Dutch
Zeer gemakkelijk!
Dutch
Makkelijk als wat
Dutch
Een fluitje van een cent
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Dutch
Appeltje-eitje!
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Dutch
Snoep stelen van een baby
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English
it's a breeze
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English
as easy as abc
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English
simple as ABC
English
it's child's play
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English
Easy peasy (lemon squeezy)
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English
walk in the park
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English
be (as) easy as one-two-three
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English
as easy as pie
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English
be like taking candy from a baby
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English
piece of cake
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Finnish
Helppo homma
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French
bête comme chou
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French
c'est du billard
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French
Jeux d’enfant
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French
C’est un jeu d’enfant
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French
C'est simple comme bonjour
French
c'est du gâteau
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Chinese, French, Turkish #1, #2
German
nur ein Klacks (sein)
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Greek
είναι παιχνίδι/παιχνιδάκι/πανεύκολο
Hebrew
קלי קלות
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Hungarian
Egyszerű, mint az egyszeregy
Italian
un gioco da ragazzi
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Italian
Facile come bere un bicchier d'acqua
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Italian
Come rubare caramelle a un bambino
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Japanese
お茶の子さいさい
Japanese
非常に簡単
Japanese
朝飯前
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Japanese
赤子の手を捻る
Korean
식은 죽 먹기
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Kurdish (Sorani)
هەر زۆر ئاسانە
Lithuanian
Paprasta, kaip du kart du.
Lithuanian
Lengvai kaip du kart
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Norwegian
lett som en plett
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Persian
مثل آب خوردن
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English #1, #2
Persian
مثل آب خوردن / دو سوته
Polish
Proste jak dwa razy dwa, proste jak drut
Polish
proste jak budowa cepa
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Polish
bułka z masłem
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Portuguese
Como roubar doce de uma criança
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Portuguese
Mamão com açúcar
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Portuguese
Tão fácil quanto tirar doce de criança.
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Portuguese
Melzinho na chupeta
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Romanian
ca și cum ai lua bomboana unui copil
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Romanian
simplu ca bună ziua
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Romanian
floare la ureche
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Russian
как два пальца об асфальт
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Russian
Просто как дважды два - четыре!
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Russian #1, #2, #3
Russian
Проще пареной репы
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Russian
Как отобрать конфетку у младенца.
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Serbian
Prosto k'o pasulj
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Serbian
Prosto kao pasulj/Mačjii kašalj
Serbian
дечија игра
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Serbian
dečija igra
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Serbian
Олако/лагано/без тежине/неозбиљно/инфантилно схватање
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Slovak
(To je) malina
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Slovenian
mala mal'ca
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Slovenian
mačji kašelj
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Spanish
Es pan comido
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English #1, #2, #3, French
Swedish
lätt som en plätt
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Turkish
tereyağından kıl çeker gibi
Turkish
çantada keklik
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Turkish
Çocuk oyuncağı
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Ukrainian
Як два пальця об асфальт
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Meanings of "coser y cantar"

English

Lit. - to sew and to sing - sometimes roughly translated as "a breeze"
The saying is used in the Spanish language to describe something that anyone could do. It's very similar to the popular GEICO slogan, "It's so easy, a caveman can do it."

Explained by ElGringoElGringo on Sat, 15/03/2014 - 23:11
Explained by ElGringoElGringo
Spanish

'Coser y cantar' significa que el tema es bastante fácil que cualquier persona puede hacerlo, y no requiere conocimientos previos (depende de la situación). A veces, si la persona si tiene conocimiento previo del tema, para ellos es 'pan comido', porque saben lo básico. Otra forma de decirlo es "[Yo] lo puedo hacer en mis sueños" o "Puedo hacerlo con los ojos cerrados".

Explained by líadanlíadan on Thu, 29/08/2013 - 05:11
Explained by líadanlíadan

"coser y cantar" in lyrics

Luis Mariano - Milagro de París

Mañana este traje
Milagro de París, París, París,
Coser y cantar.

Klaus & Kinski - El rey del mambo y la reina de Saba

Que en los recodos del camino
Se aprende como se curte mi piel
Se aprende pronto a coser y a cantar,
A zurzir y a relumbrar… a prometer y a olvidar.

Jorge Marazu - Escandinavia

Sé que aún me queda un buen rato,
Que no es coser y cantar.
Y la veleta, quebrar en tu honor