Idiom:  there’s nothing to it

Meaning 

Idiom:  there’s nothing to it

  • it’s easy to do


Example sentences

  • Don’t worry about taking the bus to New York, there’s really nothing to it except showing up on time for departure.
  • You’re going to love yoga—there’s nothing to it.
  • Just put the coffee pod in here and press the button. See, there's nothing to it.
  • Bowling? There's nothing to it! You'll love it, I promise.
  • I never buy anything from IKEA. My wife thinks there's nothing to it but I can never figure out the instructions.
  • Don't worry about traveling internationally—there's really nothing to it.
  • I was scared to move overseas but there was nothing to it. People speak English everywhere.
  • A:  "How was skydiving?" B: "Fantastic! There's nothing to it except trusting you'll be okay."
  • I made my first cake from scratch yesterday. There's nothing to it.
  • My mother was so nervous to use Instagram but after a week she realized there's nothing to it and started posting photos herself.

Synonyms

  • (as) easy as pie
  • be a snap
  • no trouble
  • with your eyes closed
  • (it's) like taking candy from a baby


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