Definition of user-friendly in English:

user-friendly

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adjective (user-friendlier, user-friendliest)

  • (Of a machine or system) easy to use or understand: the search software is user-friendly
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    • Dan agrees with other users that the system is user-friendly and the data easy to extract and analyze.
    • This user-friendly machine has a tiny slot for inserting the bank-notes and the service provided is free.
    • The program isn't desperately user-friendly but it's easier to use than it initially looks.

Derivatives

user-friendliness

noun
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  • While user-friendliness, strong graphics and easy navigation of applications are important, relationships between payphone service and content providers will be the key towards profitability.
  • While USB Flash drives are increasingly popular thanks to their user-friendliness at a bottom-line street price of $70 to $110 per GB, they aren't exactly cheap.
  • In terms of information provision, Finnish environmental organizations rate very high on the degree and user-friendliness of data offered.

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