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noun convenience pronunciation in British English /kənˈviːniəns/
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pluralconveniences
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  1. 1
    [uncountable] a condition that makes it easier to do something and helps you to avoid wasting time or effort

    Many people enjoy the pleasures and convenience of living in a city centre.

    Her hair was cut short for convenience rather than fashion.

    for someone’s convenience:

    A pre-paid envelope is enclosed for your convenience.

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    [countable] something that you do to make things easier for yourself or that is intended to make things easier for you

    The centre offers every convenience for the busy executive.

    A second car was a convenience that we came to depend on.

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