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"user-friendly" in American English

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user-friendlyadjective

us   /ˈju·zər ˈfrend·li/
easy for people to work with: This software is very user-friendly.
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"user-friendly" in Business English

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user-friendlyadjective

uk   /ˌjuːzəˈfrendli/ us  
easy for people to use: user-friendly design/feature/interface The notebook's user-friendly features allow fast and simple document conversion. The company's high-tech tools help manufacturers make their appliances more user-friendly for consumers.
user-friendliness
noun [U] /ˌjuːzəˈfrendlɪnəs/ /-zɚ-/
The focus of your website should be on user-friendliness.
(Definition of user-friendly from the Cambridge Business English Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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