1. any undertaking that is easy to do;
2. stable gear consisting of a band around a horse's belly that holds the saddle in place
3. a form of all fours in which the players bid for the privilege of naming trumps
1. tie a cinch around;
2. make sure of
3. get a grip on; get mastery of
It sounds difficult, but compared to full-time work it was a cinch.
He is a cinch to be boss of this firm some day.
It's a cinch that the horse will win the race.
It's a cinch. I'll have the car repaired by Friday.
That horse is a cinch to win the next race.
That's a cinch for me.
He's a cinch to win the race.
It's a cinch they will win.
This time the opportunity presented what he fatuously termed to himself a'cinch '.
" Yes , it's an cinch. "
She's a cinch to beat the Colossal, and I got even money!
It is cinch that I can speak English fluently now.
Chopping onions is a cinch with a food processor.
If it wasn't him, it was you; and that's a lead - pipe cinch.
That blue racing car is a cinch to win the next race.
It's a dead cinch. I foresee no prob-lems.
The job was no dead cinch, but we did it on time.