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Definition of 'convenient'

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Surely the audiobook is too convenient - a bit too easy and enjoyable - to count as reading? Times, Sunday Times (2017)These can be a fun and convenient way to squeeze exercise into your day. The Sun (2006)The hotel offers convenient and safe access to the beach through a tunnel. Times, Sunday Times (2009)They have been criticised for using the zika virus as a convenient excuse for their absence. Times, Sunday Times (2016)This can be in any location convenient for her job. Times, Sunday Times (2009)Would either of these times be convenient for you? Christianity Today (2000)You may think this all a bit too convenient. Times, Sunday Times (2007)Pens are popular because they are a convenient way of carrying and injecting insulin. Leslie, Dr R D G Diabetes (1989)It is often more convenient to access journals online rather than in hard copy. Times, Sunday Times (2012)The former could be just a convenient excuse for the latter. Times, Sunday Times (2011)The most convenient place to have a herb garden is usually outside the kitchen door. Stickland, Sue Planning the Organic Herb Garden (1986)They would very carefully schedule their ruin for a time that was convenient to the whole family. Times, Sunday Times (2016)Or are they a convenient excuse for his failure to write a hit song? Times, Sunday Times (2007)The most convenient way is to put a story on tape that can then be listened to at home. de Jong, Eveline Alternative Health Care for Children (1989)This airport is convenient for downtown. Times, Sunday Times (2007)Upside The location is convenient and set to become more so. Times, Sunday Times (2012)When you are driving, you have a convenient pocket for bits and pieces. Times, Sunday Times (2015)I could do with something more convenient. Times, Sunday Times (2011)Encouraging staff to work from more convenient locations such as from home or while on the move can enhance productivity and improve quality of life. Times, Sunday Times (2006)The most convenient airports are Toulouse and Pau. Times, Sunday Times (2008)Q Which is the most convenient airport to fly to in Berlin? Times, Sunday Times (2013)

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Translations for 'convenient'

British English: convenient /kənˈviːnɪənt/ ADJECTIVE
Something that is convenient is easy, useful, or suitable for a particular purpose.
Internet banking is very convenient.
  • American English: convenient
  • Arabic: مُنَاسِب
  • Brazilian Portuguese: conveniente
  • Chinese: 方便的
  • Croatian: pogodan
  • Czech: vhodný
  • Danish: belejlig
  • Dutch: handig
  • European Spanish: práctico cómodo
  • Finnish: kätevä
  • French: pratique utile
  • German: praktisch
  • Greek: κατάλληλος
  • Italian: conveniente
  • Japanese: 都合のよい
  • Korean: 편리한
  • Norwegian: beleilig
  • Polish: wygodny
  • European Portuguese: conveniente
  • Romanian: avantajos
  • Russian: удобный
  • Spanish: conveniente
  • Swedish: praktisk
  • Thai: สะดวก
  • Turkish: uygun
  • Ukrainian: зручний
  • Vietnamese: thuận tiện

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