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convenient

adjective  /kənˈvin·jənt/ us  
suitable for your purposes and causing no difficulty for your schedule or plans: Would 3 o’clock be a convenient time to meet? I shop here because it’s convenient. Convenient can also mean helpful to you but not completely honest: Both men suffered convenient lapses of memory while testifying.
conveniently
adverb  /kənˈvin·jənt·li/ us  
Our house is conveniently located near the station.
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