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expedient

adjective     /ɪkˈspiːdiənt/ formal
An expedient action achieves a useful purpose, although it may not be moral. (ahlakî olmasa da) işine gelen, yararına olan, uygun It might be expedient not to pay him until the work is finished.Useful or advantageous
expediency     /ɪkˈspiːdiənsi/ noun [U]
when something is expedient işine gelme, çıkarına olma an issue of political expediencyUseful or advantageous
Translations of “expedient”
in Vietnamese có lợi…
in Spanish conveniente…
in Thai สะดวก…
in Malaysian wajar…
in French opportun…
in German ratsam…
in Chinese (Traditional) 權宜之計的, 應急的, 不得已而為之的…
in Indonesian bijaksana…
in Russian целесообразный, выгодный…
in Chinese (Simplified) 权宜之计的, 应急的, 不得已而为之的…
in Polish wskazany, celowy, wygodny…
(Definition of expedient adjective from the Cambridge Learner’s Dictionary English-Turkish © Cambridge University Press)
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