Open-and-shut



[oh-puh n-uh n-shuht] /ˈoʊ pən ənˈʃʌt/

adjective
1.
immediately obvious upon consideration; easily decided:
an open-and-shut case of murder.
adjective
1.
easily decided or solved; obvious: an open-and-shut case

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