At The Drop Of A Hat

This is an English phrase that is used to say that only the slightest movement is necessary to start a process or activity. It is used to indicate that a person needs very little motivation to cause them to do something.

For Example:

“When I win the lottery I will happily travel the world at the drop of a hat.”

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