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Pronunciation of Conditions: Learn how to pronounce Conditions in English correctly

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Oxford dictionary definition of the word condition:

anything called for as a requirement before the performance or completion of something else; provision; stipulation ⇒ to impose conditions by contract
anything essential to the existence or occurrence of something else; prerequisite ⇒ hard work is a condition of success
anything that modifies or restricts the nature, existence, or occurrence of something else; external circumstance or factor ⇒ conditions were favorable for business
manner or state of being
state of health ⇒ what’s the patient’s condition?
an illness; ailment ⇒ a lung condition
a proper or healthy state ⇒ athletes train to be in condition
social position; rank; station
disposition of mind; character
characteristic; trait
(US, education)
the requirement that a student make up deficiencies in a certain subject in order to pass it
the grade stating this requirement
(grammar) a clause expressing a condition, as one beginning with if
(law) a clause in a contract, will, etc. that revokes, suspends, or modifies one or more of its stipulations upon the happening of an uncertain future event
(logic) a proposition on which the truth of another proposition depends
intransitive verb
(archaic) to make conditions; bargain (with)
transitive verb
to set as a condition or requirement; stipulate
to impose a condition or conditions on
to be a condition of; determine
to affect, modify, or influence
to bring into a proper or desired condition
(US, education) to give a grade of condition (sense 9), condition (sense 9b) to
(psychology) to develop a conditioned reflex or behavior pattern in (a person or animal)
to cause to become accustomed (to something)
See on condition that
Derived Forms
conˈditioner noun