Idiom: with one hand behind one's back
Idiom: (do something) with one hand/arm (tied) behind one's back
- to be able to do something very easily
- I’m so good at building model airplanes I could do it with one hand behind my back.
- Playing the guitar was hard at first but now I can do it with one arm tied behind my back.
- Your daughter is very talented at the piano. She can practically play it with one hand tied behind her back.
- I left my last job because I could do everything with one hand behind my back and I needed something more challenging.
- My wife can put Ikea furniture together with one arm tied behind her back but I just don't have the patience.
- That was the worst spaghetti bolognese I've ever had. Honestly, I could prepare better with one hand behind my back.
- Here's Frederico's phone number. He's such a good handyman I'm sure he can repair that washer with one arm tied behind his back.
- This is the easiest job I've ever had. After just two days, I can do everything with one hand behind my back.
- with eyes closed (shut)
- do something blindfolded
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