user-friendliness


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us·er-friend·ly

(yo͞o′zər-frĕnd′lē)
adj. us·er-friend·li·er, us·er-friend·li·est
Easy to use or learn to use: "The public ought to be aware of the complexity of making new tax forms user-friendly" (New York Times).

us′er-friend′li·ness n.
Translations

user-friendliness

[ˌjuːzəˈfrendlɪnɪs] Nfacilidad f de uso, facilidad f de manejo
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