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convenient

adjective   /kənˈviː·ni·ənt/
B1 easy and helpful conveniente, práctico When would be a convenient time to meet?
B1 near or easy to get to bien situado The new supermarket is very convenient for me.
conveniently adverb /kənˈviː·ni·ənt·li/
convenientemente
(Definition of convenient from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

convenient

adjective /kənˈviːnjənt/
suitable; not causing trouble or difficulty conveniente, cómodo; adecuado, oportuno (hora) When would it be convenient for me to come?
easy to use, run etc conveniente, cómodo, práctico a convenient size of house.
easy to reach etc; accessible adecuado; bien situado, accesible Keep this in a convenient place.
conveniently adverb
convenientemente, adecuadamente, cómodamente The hotel is conveniently situated next to the beach.
convenience noun
the state or quality of being convenient; freedom from trouble or difficulty comodidad, conveniencia, ventaja She really appreciates the convenience of living near the office.
any means of giving ease or comfort comodidad the conveniences of modern life.
(also public convenience) (British, formal) a public lavatory. aseos públicos
(Definition of convenient from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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