- What is the means of convenient?
- How do you use the word convenient?
- What is the meaning of convenient time?
- At what time is convenient for you?
- What makes something convenient?
- Can I call you at your convenient time?
- What is the difference between convenient and convenience?
- What is convenient size?
- Do you say convenient to you or convenient for you?
What is the means of convenient?
suitable or agreeable to the needs or purpose; well-suited with respect to facility or ease in use; favorable, easy, or comfortable for use.
at hand; easily accessible: Their house is convenient to all transportation.
How do you use the word convenient?
Examples of convenient in a Sentence The controls are located in a convenient spot on the dashboard. It might be more convenient to use a calculator, rather than adding the numbers yourself. a convenient method of cleaning windows Schools, churches, and stores are all convenient from here.
What is the meaning of convenient time?
adjective. A convenient time to do something, for example to meet someone, is a time when you are free to do it or would like to do it. She will try to arrange a mutually convenient time and place for an interview.
At what time is convenient for you?
Yes, it’s grammatically correct, but it sounds a bit stilted. You might use this expression in very formal writing, but even there it would be better to say, when it would be convenient [for you].
What makes something convenient?
If something is convenient, it adds to your comfort, causes little trouble, or is easy to use, do, or reach. If you live close to your job, that’s convenient––it’s very easy to get there and get home.
Can I call you at your convenient time?
You can call me at your convenience – anytime, day or night. As for may vs. can, may is probably the more correct word to use (at least in a more formal sense), but can might sound more friendly in informal contexts.
What is the difference between convenient and convenience?
what is the difference betw. Convenient is an adjective, so you can’t say with convenient. Even the noun form, ‘with convenience’ (while grammatically correct) is not a phrase one hears in English. Example: Online shopping is convenient.
What is convenient size?
easy to use, run etc. a convenient size of house.
Do you say convenient to you or convenient for you?
“convenient for you” is correct. They’re both correct.