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What is the meaning of the idiom a piece of cake?
Beside this, what is the origin of the idiom piece of cake?
That was a “Piece of Cake” The idea of cake being “easy” originated in the 1870's when cakes were given out as prizes for winning competitions. In particular, there was a tradition in the US slavery states where slaves would circle around a cake at a gathering. The most “graceful” pair would win the cake the in middle.
Similarly, what is an idiom example? An idiom is a phrase or expression whose meaning can't be understood from the ordinary meanings of the words in it. For example, “Get off my back!” is an idiom meaning “Stop bothering me!” The idiom “You hit the nail on the head” means “You're exactly right.”
Also asked, what do you call a piece of cake?
Its slang to call a slice/piece of cake with icing on the top as a pastry. Nor is it dessert. fruit and nuts and their products are desserts.
What is the meaning of the idiom blue moon?
To do something “once in a blue moon” is to do it very rarely: “That company puts on a good performance only once in a blue moon.” The phrase refers to the appearance of a second full moon within a calendar month, which actually happens about every thirty-two months.