Low-hanging fruit

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British pronunciation/lˈəʊhˈaŋɪŋ fɹˈuːt/
American pronunciation/lˈoʊhˈæŋɪŋ fɹˈuːt/
low-hanging fruit
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the easiest achievable task in a given situation

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low-hanging fruit definition and meaning

What is the origin of the idiom "low-hanging fruit" and when to use it?

The idiom "low-hanging fruit" is used to describe tasks or goals that are easily achievable, require minimal effort, or present little challenge. The phrase likely originated from the image of fruit hanging from a tree that is low to the ground and, therefore, easy to reach and pick.

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In the project, the easy tasks are the low-hanging fruit, while the more complex ones will take time.
We should start with the low-hanging fruit, the simple fixes that will immediately improve our process.
To improve efficiency, the company first addressed the low-hanging fruit, such as reducing unnecessary paperwork.
In terms of improving your health, cutting out sugary snacks is a piece of low-hanging fruit.
When setting goals, it's a good idea to begin with the low-hanging fruit and then tackle the more challenging ones.
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