be no hardship
- to not be difficult or unpleasant
It was no great hardship for him to give up smoking.
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hardship — I noun adversity, affliction, misfortune, suffering, travail II index adversity, burden, calamity, casualty, catastrophe, damage … Law dictionary
Hardship Red — Activa 2008 actualidad País Bélgica Rama … Wikipedia Español
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Hardship — Hard ship (h[aum]rd sh[i^]p), n. That which is hard to bear, as toil, privation, injury, injustice, etc. Swift. [1913 Webster] … The Collaborative International Dictionary of English
hardship — (n.) c.1200, quality of being hard, from HARD (Cf. hard) + SHIP (Cf. ship). Meaning disadvantage, suffering, privation is c.1400 … Etymology dictionary
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hardship — [n] personal burden accident, adversity, affliction, asperity, austerity, calamity, case, catastrophe, curse, danger, destitution, difficulty, disaster, discomfort, distress, drudgery, fatigue, grief, grievance, hard knocks*, hazard, Herculean… … New thesaurus
hardship — ► NOUN ▪ severe suffering or privation … English terms dictionary
hardship — [härd′ship΄] n. [ME heardschipe: see HARD & SHIP] 1. hard circumstances of life 2. a thing hard to bear; specific cause of discomfort or suffering, as poverty, pain, etc. SYN. DIFFICULTY … English World dictionary