Synonyms of 'pushover'
a person, team, etc., that is easily taken advantage of or defeatedHe's a tough negotiator – you won't find him a pushover.
something that is easily achieved(informal) You might think Hungarian is a pushover to learn, but it isn't.
piece of cake (British, informal),
Making the pastry is a breeze if you have a food processor.
picnic (informal), ,
Emigrating is no picnic.
doddle (British, slang),
Running the association should be a doddle.
walkover (informal), , , ,
The next general election is unlikely to be a walkover for the government.
duck soup (US, slang),
piece of piss (taboo, slang)
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in the sense of breeze
an easy taskMaking the pastry is a breeze if you have a food processor.
in the sense of doddle
something easily accomplishedRunning the association should be a doddle.
in the sense of mug
a gullible person, esp. one who is swindled easilyI feel such a mug for signing the agreement.
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