|v. to facilitate, to make easier for; to go to the restroom; to have money to spare||
phr. The traffic in the outskirts is not convenient.
phr. It's more convenient to live on the campus than outside.
phr. Taking the subway is both convenient and quick.
phr. This place has three benefits, firstly it's very quiet, secondly the environment is good, thirdly it has convenient traffic.
phr. May I ask if this is a convenient time for you?
phr. I go to work by metro and it's very convenient.
phr. The Internet has brought a lot of convenience to people's lives.
phr. This isn't the right place to talk about it.
phr. be very convenient to use
phr. The stairs are too narrow. It's not convenient to go up and down.
phr. My home is (located) next to the school; it's very convenient to (go there) by bike.