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  1. Anonymous

    a position of convenience


    Cound anyone tell me what 'a postion of convenience' mean?

    Thanks a lot.

  2. Murilo

    Re: a position of convenience

    I would say 'convenient position'. If you are in a convenient position, it means that the place or situation you are in suites to your comfort, needs or purpose.

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