conveniently


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con·ven·ient

 (kən-vēn′yənt)
adj.
1. Suited or favorable to one's comfort, purpose, or needs: a convenient time to receive guests; a convenient excuse for not going.
2.
a. Easy to reach; accessible: a bank with branches at six convenient locations.
b. Close at hand; near: an apartment that is convenient to transportation.
3. Obsolete Fitting and proper; suitable.

[Middle English, from Latin conveniēns, convenient-, present participle of convenīre, to be suitable, fit; see convene.]

con·ven′ient·ly adv.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adv.1.conveniently - in a convenient manner; "the switch was conveniently located"
inconveniently - in an inconvenient manner; "he arrived at an inconveniently late hour"
Translations
بِصورَة مُريحَة
příhodněvhodně
bekvemtbelejligt
òægilega
kolaycarahatça

conveniently

[kənˈviːnɪəntlɪ] ADV (= handily) → convenientemente; (= suitably) [time] → oportunamente
the house is conveniently situatedla casa está en un sitio muy práctico
it fell conveniently closecayó muy cerca
when you conveniently can do socuando puedas hacerlo sin que te cause molestia
he very conveniently forgot to write it down (iro) → muy oportunamente or mira por donde, se olvidó de apuntarlo (iro)

conveniently

[kənˈviːniəntli] adv
[happen] → à pic
[forget, ignore] → comme par hasard
[situated, located] → commodément
conveniently close to → bien situé(e) par rapport à

conveniently

advgünstigerweise; situatedgünstig, vorteilhaft; (= usefully) designedpraktisch, zweckmäßig; he very conveniently arrived home earlyer kam früh nach Hause, was äußerst günstig war; it conveniently started to rainwie bestellt, fing es an zu regnen; the house is conveniently close to the shopsdas Haus liegt in praktischer Nähe der Läden; he conveniently forgot to post the letter (iro) → er hat praktischerweise vergessen, den Brief aufzugeben

conveniently

[kənˈviːnɪəntlɪ] adv (happen) → a proposito; (situated) → in una posizione comoda
very conveniently he arrived late (luckily) → è stata una fortuna che sia arrivato in ritardo

convenient

(kənˈviːnjənt) adjective
1. suitable; not causing trouble or difficulty. When would it be convenient for me to come?
2. easy to use, run etc. a convenient size of house.
3. easy to reach etc; accessible. Keep this in a convenient place.
conˈveniently adverb
conˈvenience noun
1. the state or quality of being convenient; freedom from trouble or difficulty. the convenience of living near the office.
2. any means of giving ease or comfort. the conveniences of modern life.
3. (also public convenience) a public lavatory.
References in classic literature ?
Judges and starters have been conveniently blind to this absurdity, but the public demonstration off St.
Uniformity in the time of elections seems not less requisite for executing the idea of a regular rotation in the Senate, and for conveniently assembling the legislature at a stated period in each year.
I left Conseil to stow our trunks conveniently away, and remounted the poop in order to survey the preparations for departure.
Not letting the abbe and Pierre escape, Anna Pavlovna, the more conveniently to keep them under observation, brought them into the larger circle.
Six o'clock stuck on the bells of the church that was so conveniently near to Mr.
I was conveniently deaf to him--reached the first floor landing--and arrived at a door which shut off the whole staircase higher up; an iron door, as solid as if it belonged to a banker's strong-room, and guarded millions of money.
The man on top, looking at the view, is apparently too large, but I found he could not be made smaller, conveniently.
We were at a loss to find a suitable attendant for her, until a circumstance happened conveniently to relieve us.
Jem Rodney was the outermost man, and sat conveniently near Marner's standing-place; but he declined to give his services.
I was on a very high esthetic horse, which I could not have conveniently stooped from if I had wished; it was quite enough for me that Thackeray's novels were prodigious works of art, and I acquired merit, at least with myself, for appreciating them so keenly, for liking them so much.
You conveniently forget when your dreams and your presentiments prove false.
His lordship could not conveniently spare time enough for the journey to Venice, but he and Lady Montbarry arranged to accompany Mrs.