"He has an easy cold."
Translation:El are o răceală ușoară.
However correct the Romanian sentence is, the English is WRONG.
DavidPering's suggestions are good, minor cold is an alternative.
If easy is to do with how easily the cold is passed from one person to another (easily caught) this needs to be stated differently as well.
However you look at it, the English is just wrong.
Not sure what an easy cold is. Does this mean a summer cold when the virus for that time of year doesn't give the same symptoms as in the winter? Or does it mean his nose is at the runny stage rather than the blocked up stage? Or does it mean this coronavirus is one of the four minor ones that occur from year to year in humans and no none calls they coronavirus, just 'a cold' and there is never any panic like right now?