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es un queque exp.
it's a child's play ; it's extremely easy
[Fam.] (algo) es un juego de niños o es muy fácil o está tirado

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exp.
he's a star
exp.
he's a real pro
exp.
he's brilliant
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he's an ugly devil
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he's ugly as sin
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it's an earthly paradise
exp.
it's disgusting
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queque

  
      sm     (LAm)   cake   (of various kinds)  
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"es un queque": examples and translations in context
Pero después de eso es un queque. But after that, it's like shelling peas.
Compré un queque de regreso a casa. I bought a cake on the way home.
¿Por qué comes un queque? Why are you eating a Ding-Dong?
¡Allí va, un queque con crema! - Buenos días. Of course, I've got one right here!
Hicimos limpiar y pulir nuestro mejor juego de té, preparamos waffles para las niñas y la Sra. Eneldo incluso cocinó un queque (de naranja) que siempre es bastante delicioso aun cuando ella, con buenas razones, usualmente deja la cocina en manos de otros. We had our very best tea service cleaned and polished, we made waffles for the girls and Mrs. Eneldo even baked a cake (orange sponge) which is always quite delicious even if she, with good reason, usually leaves the cooking to others.
Ey queque, brey tarta... Queques calientes con crema de menta. Eel pie, brie tart... tansy cakes with peppermint cream.
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