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adverb conveniently pronunciation in British English /kənˈviːniəntli/
  1. 1
    in a way that is easy to use, find, deal with etc
    The shop is conveniently located just off the High Street.
  2. 2
    in a way that gives you an advantage or opportunity and is often slightly dishonest
    He conveniently ignored the facts that did not support his position.
    She conveniently forgot to return the car keys.

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