Definitions and Examples of easy, light, manageable
Learn when and how to use these words with these examples!
Not difficult; requiring little effort or exertion.
The math problem was easy to solve once I understood the formula.
Not heavy; easy to carry or lift.
The backpack felt light after I removed some of the books from it.
Able to be handled, controlled, or dealt with successfully.
With a little bit of planning, the project became manageable and less stressful.
Key Differences: easy vs light vs manageable
- 1Easy refers to tasks that require little effort or exertion.
- 2Light describes objects that are not heavy and easy to carry or lift.
- 3Manageable describes tasks or situations that can be handled or dealt with successfully.
Effective Usage of easy, light, manageable
- 1Workplace: Use these antonyms to describe workloads, tasks, or projects.
- 2Household: Use these antonyms to describe chores or errands.
- 3Academic: Use these antonyms to describe assignments or exams.
The antonyms of burdensome are easy, light, and manageable. Use these words to describe tasks or situations that are not difficult, heavy, or overwhelming. These antonyms have distinct nuances: easy refers to tasks that require little effort, light describes objects that are not heavy, and manageable describes tasks or situations that can be handled successfully.