convenience · noun /kənˈviːn.jəns/Full view
Nouns: convenience, inconvenience
Adjectives: convenient, inconvenient
Verbs: inconvenience
Adverbs: conveniently
convenience (BEING EASY)
B2 U the quality of being convenient
Dictionary examples:

the convenience of credit cards

I like the convenience of living so close to the stores and supermarket.

Learner example:

I think the first reason is its convenience. [...] Just by sitting in front of it, you can enjoy TV programs. (First Certificate in English; B2; Japanese)

at your convenience
B2 at a time that is convenient to you
Dictionary example:

We can meet at your convenience.

Learner example:

I look forward to hearing from you at your earliest convenience. (First Certificate in English; B2; Greek)

convenience (HELPFUL THING)
C1 C something that makes life easier
Dictionary example:

Fortunately, the house has every modern convenience.

Learner example:

Thus, we have many facilities and conveniences in comparison with the past. (Certificate in Advanced English; C1; Greek)

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