convenience

  1. the state of being suitable or opportune
  2. the quality of being useful and convenient
  3. a toilet that is available to the public
  4. a device that very useful for a particular job

Convenience

Convenient procedures, products and services are those intended to increase ease in accessibility, save resources (such as time, effort and energy) and decrease frustration. Convenience is a relative concept, and depends on context. For example, automobiles were once considered a convenience, yet today are regarded as a normal part of life. Servic...
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Convenience

• (n.) Alt. of Conveniency
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convenience

noun the quality of being useful and convenient; `they offered the convenience of an installment plan`
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Convenience

Con·ven'ience (?; 106), Con*ven'ien*cy noun [ Latin convenientia agreement, fitness. See Convenient .] 1. The state or quality of being convenient; fitness or suitableness, as of place, time, etc.; propriety. « Let's further think of this; Weigh what convenience
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convenience

convenience 1. The quality of being easy, useful, or of increasing comfort. 2. Personal comfort, or circumstances that promote someone`s personal comfort. 3. Something that makes life easier or more comfortable, especially a labor-saving device. 4. In the U.K., a lavatory, a euphemism for a public toilet.
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convenience

the state of being suitable or opportune
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convenience

[n] - the state of being suitable or opportune 2. [n] - the quality of being useful and convenient
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