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    piece of cake

    * What's the antonym of this idiom?

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    Re: piece of cake

    Idioms usually don't have antonyms. They are unique and have their own special use in any conversation.

    "That test was a piece of cake."

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    Re: piece of cake

    I mean. Do you know an idiom which means, something is not easy or it is difficult?

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    Re: piece of cake

    Quote Originally Posted by blouen View Post
    I mean. Do you know an idiom which means, something is not easy or it is difficult?
    be a [real] uphill slog/be a slog

    be tough as hell

    be a task of monumental proportions

    be easier said than done

    be a pain in the neck

    be no easy pickin's

    not an easy task/job/decision

    not the easiest ... to do

    be a tall order

    a daunting task

    be murder to do sth

    backbreaking

    There are more, B, depending on the area of meaning.

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