|Origin:||, present participle of convenire 'to come together, be suitable', from com- ( COM-) + venire 'to come'|
useful to you because it saves you time, or does not spoil your plans or cause you problems:
Mail-order catalogs are a convenient way to shop.
My secretary will call you to arrange a convenient time to meet.
Is three o'clock convenient for you?
convenient to do something
It is simple and convenient to use.
close and easy to reach:
The bus stop around the corner is probably the most convenient.
convenient for British English convenient to American English
restaurants convenient for shops and theatres