conveniente


conveniente
adj.
1 useful.
sería conveniente asistir it would be a good idea to go
2 convenient, adequate, appropriate, fitting.
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conveniente
adjetivo
1 (útil) useful
2 (oportuno) suitable, convenient
3 (ventajoso) advantageous
4 (aconsejable) advisable
es conveniente llegar pronto it's advisable to arrive early
5 (precio) good, fair
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FRASEOLOGÍA
creer conveniente to think advisable, be better
creo conveniente decirle la verdad I think it's better to tell him the truth
en el momento conveniente at the right time
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adj.
1) appropriate
2) convenient
3) suitable
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ADJ
1) (=aconsejable) advisable

el comité hará lo que considere o estime conveniente — the committee will do as it sees fit, the committee will do what it considers advisable

ser conveniente hacer algo — to be advisable to do sth

es conveniente no tomar grasas en exceso — it is advisable not to eat too much fat

es conveniente que, es conveniente que consulte con su abogado — it is advisable to consult your lawyer

sería conveniente que habláramos sobre el tema — it would be advisable o desirable for us to talk about the matter

sería conveniente que nos levantásemos temprano — it might be a good idea for us to get up early o if we got up early

2) (=indicado) suitable

la clase de cultivo conveniente a cada tierra — the kind of crop suitable for each type of soil

3) (=provechoso) convenient

a usted le resultaría más conveniente un fondo de pensiones — you would find a pension fund more convenient

para nosotros es conveniente la existencia de la competencia — the existence of competition is good for us o is in our interest

4) (=correcto) proper

se sentó frente a ella, guardando la conveniente distancia — he sat down opposite her, keeping a proper distance

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adjetivo
a) (cómodo) convenient

lo que le resulte más conveniente — whatever is more convenient for you

b) (aconsejable, provechoso) advisable

sería conveniente que guardaras cama — it would be advisable for you to stay in bed

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= attractive, desirable, convenient, cosy [cozy, -USA], salutary, fitting, advisable, handy [handier -comp., handiest -sup.], expedient, beneficial.
Ex. A particularly attractive feature of the notation is the expressiveness of the notation.
Ex. It is desirable that they be treated as parts of a single serials record, since this will provide a 'one-stop' file containing all the relevant data, and will produce a file with a number of funtions.
Ex. The most convenient manual format for recording terms is to write each term on a card.
Ex. For those involved in producing BNB, the eighties have seen this question leap in a single bound intoáthe realm of stark reality from the cosy abstraction of AACR2.
Ex. It came as rather a rebuff, but none the less a salutary one, to learn of the decision not to include libraries.
Ex. Since libraries are the lifeblood of research, it seems only fitting then that the education of librarians should include familiarity with research methodology.
Ex. End user searching is inevitable and a strategy for encouraging it is advisable.
Ex. The volumes can be used as handy desk references.
Ex. It is, therefore, expedient to look into history to lay hands on the root of the problem.
Ex. A high exhaustivity of indexing, then, is beneficial where a thorough search is required, but may be a handicap when only a few highly relevant documents are sought.
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* lo más conveniente es que = optimally.
* según sea conveniente = to suit.
* ser conveniente + Infinitivo = be as well + Infinitivo, be well + Infinitivo.
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adjetivo
a) (cómodo) convenient

lo que le resulte más conveniente — whatever is more convenient for you

b) (aconsejable, provechoso) advisable

sería conveniente que guardaras cama — it would be advisable for you to stay in bed

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= attractive, desirable, convenient, cosy [cozy, -USA], salutary, fitting, advisable, handy [handier -comp., handiest -sup.], expedient, beneficial.

Ex: A particularly attractive feature of the notation is the expressiveness of the notation.

Ex: It is desirable that they be treated as parts of a single serials record, since this will provide a 'one-stop' file containing all the relevant data, and will produce a file with a number of funtions.
Ex: The most convenient manual format for recording terms is to write each term on a card.
Ex: For those involved in producing BNB, the eighties have seen this question leap in a single bound intoáthe realm of stark reality from the cosy abstraction of AACR2.
Ex: It came as rather a rebuff, but none the less a salutary one, to learn of the decision not to include libraries.
Ex: Since libraries are the lifeblood of research, it seems only fitting then that the education of librarians should include familiarity with research methodology.
Ex: End user searching is inevitable and a strategy for encouraging it is advisable.
Ex: The volumes can be used as handy desk references.
Ex: It is, therefore, expedient to look into history to lay hands on the root of the problem.
Ex: A high exhaustivity of indexing, then, is beneficial where a thorough search is required, but may be a handicap when only a few highly relevant documents are sought.
* lo más conveniente es que = optimally.
* según sea conveniente = to suit.
* ser conveniente + Infinitivo = be as well + Infinitivo, be well + Infinitivo.

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conveniente
adjective
1 (cómodo) convenient
hoy o mañana, como le resulte más conveniente today or tomorrow, whichever is more convenient for you
2 (aconsejable, provechoso) advisable
no juzgó conveniente aceptar she did not think it advisable o she did not think it was a good idea to accept
sería conveniente que guardaras cama it would be advisable o a good idea for you to stay in bed
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conveniente adjetivo
a) (cómodo) convenient

b) (aconsejable, provechoso) advisable;

sería conveniente que guardaras cama it would be advisable for you to stay in bed

conveniente adjetivo
1 (medida) advisable
2 (precio) good, fair
3 (comentario) convenient
'conveniente' also found in these entries:
Spanish:
buena
- bueno
- cómoda
- cómodo
- recomendable
- proceder
English:
appropriate
- becoming
- convenient
- expedient
- fit
- suitable
- convenience
- desirable
- inconvenient
- put
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conveniente adj
1. [útil] useful;
[oportuno] suitable, appropriate; [lugar, hora] convenient
2. [aconsejable] advisable;
sería conveniente asistir it would be a good idea to go;
sería conveniente aclarar que este sistema no siempre funciona it should be made clear that this system does not always work;
creer o [m5]juzgar conveniente to think o see fit
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conveniente
adj
1 convenient
2 (útil) useful
3 (aconsejable) advisable
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conveniente adj
1) : convenient
2) : suitable, advisable
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conveniente adj
1. (aconsejable) advisable
es conveniente aprender inglés it's a good idea to learn English
2. (oportuno) convenient

Spanish-English dictionary. 2013.

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