[mid-l-uh v-th uh-rohd] /ˈmɪd l əv ðəˈroʊd/
favoring, following, or characterized by an intermediate position between two extremes, especially in politics; moderate.
of, relating to, or describing a type of popular music that avoids extremes of style and is catchy and tuneful enough to have broad appeal.
Also called easy listening. popular music having comparatively conventional, melodic qualities and hence having broad commercial appeal.
not extreme, esp in political views; moderate
of, denoting, or relating to popular music having a wide general appeal
- Easy lay
noun phrase A person easy to convince and control; pushover: Don’t expect Stone to direct: Oliver’s been around the block and won’t be seduced by money. He’s not an easy lay (1934+)
[ee-zee-goh-ing] /ˈi ziˈgoʊ ɪŋ/ adjective 1. calm and unworried; relaxed and rather casual: an easygoing person. 2. easily, as a horse. /ˌiːzɪˈɡəʊɪŋ/ adjective 1. relaxed in manner or attitude; inclined to be excessively tolerant 2. moving at a comfortable pace: an easy-going horse adj. also easygoing, 1640s, originally of horses, from easy + going.
Employee Counseling and Assistance Program
- Ecap ii
Electronic Circuit Analysis Program. Simple language for analysing electrical networks. “Introduction to Computer Analysis: ECAP for Electronics Technicians and Engineers”, H. Levin, P-H 1970.