Definition of easy-to-use in English:



  • Straightforward and simple to use.

    ‘an easy-to-use guide containing excellent tips’
    • ‘Visit this new, easy-to-use page to start your interactive journey.’
    • ‘People want to have resealable, easy-to-use, secure packaging.’
    • ‘Cheap prints, prompt mail-order service, and easy-to-use tools for sharing pictures over the Web make choosing this site a snap.’
    • ‘It has an easy-to-use search field.’
    • ‘Here are some easy-to-use hardware and software tools to help you keep your private affairs private.’
    • ‘An easy-to-use interface lets call center operators create, print, and update work orders.’
    • ‘Arcane accounting language and confusing tables have been replaced with easy-to-use menus and one-screen reports.’
    • ‘It is well designed, with an easy-to-use search facility and high quality photographs.’
    • ‘Despite its easy-to-use design and good organization, it ends up being overwhelming in scope.’
    • ‘It has an easy-to-use, intuitive interface and powerful tools which should please both the new and seasoned entrepreneur alike.’
    • ‘This easy-to-use software keeps track of all your information and organizes it by categories and key words.’
    • ‘The trust offers residents low-cost compost bins delivered to their door with an easy-to-use factsheet.’
    • ‘It's light, very comfy, and has easy-to-use controls.’
    • ‘A friend recently gave me a gift of some easy-to-use straighteners that have made me a new woman.’
    • ‘Our broadband service offers a high-speed, high-quality, low-cost and easy-to-use Internet connection for homes.’
    • ‘More than 2,000 students, teachers and community volunteers will be supplied with inexpensive and easy-to-use test kits.’
    • ‘The company is known for creating attractively designed and easy-to-use computers.’
    • ‘Click on to the website and you'll find a gloriously jargon-free, easy-to-use guide to thousands of everyday legal problems.’
    • ‘Easy-to-use tools on the internet are allowing relatively unskilled hackers to attack company networks.’
    • ‘They wanted reliable, easy-to-use equipment.’
    handy, useful, convenient, practical, easy-to-use, well designed, user-friendly, user-oriented, functional, serviceable, utilitarian