Definition of conveniently in English:

conveniently

adverb

  • In a way that fits well with particular needs, activities, and plans.

    ‘this house is very conveniently located’
    • ‘There is also a companion item, conveniently in the stores at the same time.’
    • ‘This was actually a state project, delivering bread to the nation in conveniently consumable form.’
    • ‘A turning unit allows wastes to be conveniently mixed for aeration on a regular basis.’
    • ‘Storage drawers are conveniently tucked into the side of each unit.’
    • ‘His character conveniently blacks out every time something terrible happens.’
    • ‘Western society has conveniently forgotten much of Robinson Crusoe's relationship with Friday.’
    • ‘The shape of the carton fits more conveniently into home freezers.’
    • ‘It's available on DVD to conveniently watch in the comfort of your home.’
    • ‘He finally reaches a small lake, where he finds a rowboat conveniently tied up on the shore.’
    • ‘They will no longer have a free, conveniently located gallery.’

Pronunciation

conveniently

/kənˈviːnɪəntli/