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convenient

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishconvenientcon‧ve‧ni‧ent /kənˈviːniənt/ ●●○ S3 adjective 🔊 🔊 1 CONVENIENTuseful to you because it saves you time, or does not spoil your plans or cause you problems opp inconvenient 🔊 Mail-order catalogs are a convenient way to shop. 🔊 My secretary will call you to arrange a convenient time to meet.convenient for 🔊 Is three o'clock convenient for you?convenient to do something 🔊 It is simple and convenient to use.RegisterIn everyday English, people usually say a good time/day etc rather than a convenient time/day etc:Is this a good time for you to talk?2 NEARclose and easy to reach opp inconvenient 🔊 The bus stop around the corner is probably the most convenient.convenient forBritish English British Englishconvenient toAmerican English American English 🔊 restaurants convenient for shops and theatres inconvenient
Examples from the Corpus
convenientI chose it because the time and place were convenient.It's a lovely setting, and exceptionally convenient.This was not only extremely kind, it was very convenient, as our back garden virtually backed on to their field.It is simply convenient for governments, which is not the same thing at all.Our daycare center, located right here in the building, is convenient for parents with young children.And the meeting time is convenient for the public.The hotel is very convenient for the station -- it's only a two-minute walk.We need to arrange a meeting. Would 11 o'clock on Tuesday be convenient for you?It would be very convenient if we succeeded in coming to an understanding as to how the matter stands.I leave my umbrella in a convenient spot by the door so I don't forget it on the way out.Could we postpone the meeting until a more convenient time?I'd like to talk to the manager - can you suggest a convenient time?It is becoming less useful to enter into each other's feelings, more and more convenient to consult one's pocket computer.The idea is to make it convenient to donate blood.I could take the train, but it's more convenient to go by car.It was clean, inexpensive, and convenient to points of interest.Credit cards are probably the most convenient way of paying for concert tickets.This is a safe and convenient way to dispose of chemicals.convenient to do somethingIt can be more convenient to have information delivered to you.Very convenient to host of facilities. 20 minutes to NEC. 10 minutes to the Black Country Museum.Alternatively, it could be simply a collection of modules which it is temporarily convenient to modify at the same time.It was clean, inexpensive, and convenient to points of interest.Before I come to those passages, it is convenient to refer to such earlier authority as there is.It is quite convenient to simplify the problem, and instead of thinking about sea-urchin or mouse embryos, to think about flags.Before considering these arguments, it is convenient to summarise those findings of the judge which are not in dispute.convenient toIt can be more convenient to have information delivered to you.Very convenient to host of facilities. 20 minutes to NEC. 10 minutes to the Black Country Museum.Alternatively, it could be simply a collection of modules which it is temporarily convenient to modify at the same time.It was clean, inexpensive, and convenient to points of interest.Before I come to those passages, it is convenient to refer to such earlier authority as there is.It is quite convenient to simplify the problem, and instead of thinking about sea-urchin or mouse embryos, to think about flags.Before considering these arguments, it is convenient to summarise those findings of the judge which are not in dispute.The airport is convenient to the city's downtown area.Finally he unfolded a little stepladder and placed it convenient to the upper bunk.
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