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- n. A job, task or other activity that is simple or easy to complete.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- To toddle.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. an easy task
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It is a 'doddle' just sitting on the sidelines whinging about 'The Government' - which is why so many are not willing to take it on.
After landing safely veteran Harry Herbert, 80, who was a pilot with the 10th Battalion during the battle, said Saturday's jump was a "doddle" by comparison.
The work was a "doddle" compared to that on the dairy farm, Barb says.
So, the BBC/Media Studies quizette was a doddle (6/7, no bother: and I'm guessing I failed on the same one as Nich).
Instead, she can operate the mouse like a teenager while skilfully moving from one educational game to another, and carrying out a Google search is a doddle.
Dicky: feeling unwell doddle: something easy (It was a doddle to get the Charlie.) dodgy: shady done over: beat up (He was done over by that bloke.)
I must admit, I thought Plymouth would be a doddle.
A NI posting has been, in recent years, a doddle for most squaddies, especially when the alternative, the alternation is a spell in Basra or Helmand.
Playlists are a doddle - think you were pressing the wrong button.
It makes connecting a doddle and provides interactive features such as showing slides, web pages and more.