Meaning – The phrase ‘how hard would it be?’, is a commonly used dialogue used between two employees when they are discussing the feasibility of the project or other objectives. Sometimes, the use of the phrase can be indicative of overconfidence.
This phrase can be used to even appease the manager or other employees that the task is indeed very feasible and can be achieved without a problem.
Sometimes, this phrase is used to enquire as to the possibility of getting the job done, and if so, how difficult would it be to accomplish the same.
Example of usage – “When the manager expressed concerns over the possibility of completing the project, she asked him how hard would it actually be to actually get it done, as she has already come up with the solution in her mind.”