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Adjective
/kənˈvēnyənt/,
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Fitting in well with a person's needs, activities, and plans,
  1. Fitting in well with a person's needs, activities, and plans
    • - I phoned your office to confirm that this date is convenient
  2. Involving little trouble or effort
    • - the new parking lot will make shopping much more convenient
  3. Situated so as to allow easy access to
    • - the 34-story building is convenient to downtown
  4. Occurring in a place or at a time that is useful
    • - put the blame on a convenient scapegoat

  1. suited to your comfort or purpose or needs; "a convenient excuse for not going"
  2. commodious: large and roomy (`convenient' is archaic in this sense); "a commodious harbor"; "a commodious building suitable for conventions"
  3. (convenience) the state of being suitable or opportune; "chairs arranged for his own convenience"
  4. (convenience) public toilet: a toilet that is available to the public
  5. (convenience) appliance: a device or control that is very useful for a particular job
  6. Convenience is anything that is intended to save resources (time, energy) or frustration. A convenience store at a petrol station, for example, sells items that have nothing to do with gasoline/petrol, but it saves the consumer from having to go to a grocery store. ...
  7. (Convenience (musical)) Gregg Coffin is an actor and playwright.
  8. Of or pertaining to convenience; simple; easy; expedient
  9. (CONVENIENCE) Entertaining, Make-Ahead, No-Cook, Portable/Picnic, Family
  10. (Convenience) Banks send quarterly and annual statements to business credit card holders, making it easier to track where the money is going and who is spending it. You can also add or delete individual accounts easily.
  11. (Convenience) Center: provides for the sale of personal services and convenience goods similar to those of a neighborhood center. It contains a minimum of three stores, with a total GLA of up to 30,000 square feet. ...
  12. (Convenience) Minuscule amounts of protein dissolve in the reaction, so workup can be much easier. Upon completion, reaction mixtures typically contain only solvent and reaction products.
  13. (Convenience) One of the core values of American consumer culture, the idea that saving time is a saving grace, even when it reduces the amount of care and cooperation and sustainability in the society.
  14. (Convenience) Online stores are usually available 24 hours a day, and many consumers have Internet access both at work and at home. A visit to a conventional retail store requires travel and must take place during business hours. ...
  15. (Convenience) Packages can have features which add convenience in distribution, handling, display, sale, opening, reclosing, use, and reuse.
  16. (Convenience) Packaging is important to sell the product. Consumers will accept a substitute. Marketers focus on intense distribution, time utility. Convenience products can be categorized into staple (milk), impulse (not intended prior to shopping trip).
  17. (Convenience) Pre_charged or CO2 powered. These guns don't require constant cocking, and are hence more popular with recreational shooters.
  18. (Convenience) The EyeTalk may add convenience to home and business owners, providing remote access, screening of visitors and acceptance and monitoring of packages.
  19. (Convenience) The training takes place while you're at work or otherwise occupied.
  20. (Convenience) This refers to the time and energy a person is willing to expend on his investment.
  21. (Convenience) We are equipped to deal with most emergences at the time of service. If we do not have what is needed, we will get it. Our customers never have to visit their local fish store for supplies or livestock.
  22. (convenience) fax modems are more convenient if the documents you want to send are already in electronic form. With a fax machine, you would first need to print the document. A fax modem lets you send it directly.
  23. (convenience) sampling: choosing to include people in your sample simply because they are convenient to survey. It is hard to generalize the results accurately from a study that used convenience sampling. (p. 236)
  24. (con·ven·ience) [ kən vnyənss ] (plural con·ven·ienc·es)
  25. Berkey filters assemble in minutes without tools, electricity, water pressure, or plumbing. What’s more, they are simple to operate, understand, and maintain.