US: /kənˈvinjənt/
UK: /kənvˈiːnɪənt/

English Vietnamese dictionary

convenient /kən'vi:njənt/
  • tính từ
    • tiện lợi, thuận lợi; thích hợp
      • to find a convenient opportunity to do something: tìm cơ hội thuận lợi để làm việc gì
      • convenient to the hand: thuận tay

Advanced English dictionary

+ adjective
1 ~ (for sb/sth) useful, easy or quick to do; not causing problems: It is very convenient to pay by credit card. + You'll find these meals quick and convenient to prepare. + Fruit is a convenient source of vitamins and energy. + A bicycle is often more convenient than a car in towns. + I can't see him now-it isn't convenient. + I'll call back at a more convenient time. + (disapproving) He used his wife's birthday as a convenient excuse for not going to the meeting.
2 ~ (for sth) near to a particular place; easy to get to: The house is very convenient for several schools.
conveniently adverb: The report can be conveniently divided into three main sections. + The hotel is conveniently situated close to the beach and the shops. + She conveniently forgot to mention that her husband would be at the party, too (= because it suited her not to say).

Thesaurus dictionary

1 suitable, commodious, useful, helpful, handy, serviceable, expedient, opportune, advantageous:
The bus is quite convenient for getting to and from the airport.
2 handy, nearby, within (easy) reach, at one's fingertips, close at hand, available, accessible; (at the) ready:
There's a convenient post office round the corner.

Collocation dictionary


be, prove, seem, sound | make sth | find sth
I find the new system much more convenient.


extremely, highly, very | quite | mutually
We arranged a mutually convenient time to meet.
| politically


Would this be convenient for you? The house is quite convenient for the shops.

Concise English dictionary

+suited to your comfort or purpose or needs
+easy to reach
+large and roomy (`convenient' is archaic in this sense)