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conditions, plural;
  1. Have a significant influence on or determine (the manner or outcome of something)
    • - national choices are conditioned by the international political economy
  2. Train or accustom (someone or something) to behave in a certain way or to accept certain circumstances
    • - we have all been conditioned to the conventional format of TV
    • - the child is conditioned to dislike food
    • - the program examines aspects of social conditioning
  3. Bring (something) into the desired state for use
    • - a product for conditioning leather
  4. Make (a person or animal) fit and healthy
    • - he was six feet two of perfectly conditioned muscle and bone
  5. Apply something to (the skin or hair) to give it a healthy or attractive look or feel
    • - I condition my hair regularly
  6. Bring (beer or stout) to maturation after fermentation while the yeast is still present
    • - cask-conditioned real ales
  7. (of a beer or stout) Undergo such a process
    • - brews that are allowed to condition in the bottle
  8. Set prior requirements on (something) before it can occur or be done
    • - Congressmen have sought to limit and condition military and economic aid
  1. The state of something, esp. with regard to its appearance, quality, or working order
    • - the wiring is in good condition
    • - the bridge is in an extremely dangerous condition
  2. A person's or animal's state of health or physical fitness
    • - he is in fairly good condition considering what he has has been through
    • - she was in a serious condition
  3. An illness or other medical problem
    • - a heart condition
  4. A particular state of existence
    • - a condition of misery
  5. Social position or rank
    • - those of humbler condition
  6. The circumstances affecting the way in which people live or work, esp. with regard to their safety or well-being
    • - harsh working and living conditions
  7. The factors or prevailing situation influencing the performance or the outcome of a process
    • - present market conditions
  8. The prevailing state of the weather, ground, sea, or atmosphere at a particular time, esp. as it affects a sporting event
    • - the appalling conditions determined the style of play
  9. A state of affairs that must exist or be brought about before something else is possible or permitted
    • - for a member to borrow money, three conditions have to be met
    • - all personnel should comply with this policy as a condition of employment
    • - I'll accept your offer on one condition

  1. the prevailing context that influences the performance or the outcome of a process; "there were wide variations in the conditions of observation"
  2. the set of circumstances that affect someone's welfare; "hazardous working conditions"; "harsh living conditions"
  3. weather: the atmospheric conditions that comprise the state of the atmosphere in terms of temperature and wind and clouds and precipitation; "they were hoping for good weather"; "every day we have weather conditions and yesterday was no exception"; "the conditions were too rainy for playing in ...
  4. (condition) establish a conditioned response
  5. (condition) a state at a particular time; "a condition (or state) of disrepair"; "the current status of the arms negotiations"
  6. (condition) an assumption on which rests the validity or effect of something else
  7. Conditions is the debut studio album by Australian rock band The Temper Trap, released in Australia through Liberation Music on 19 June 2009. It was later released in the United Kingdom on 10 August 2009. The album debuted at number nine on the Australian Albums Charthttp://australian-charts. ...
  8. Conditions (full title:Conditions: a feminist magazine of writing by women with a particular emphasis on writing by lesbians) was a lesbian feminist literary annual founded in 1976 in Brooklyn, New York by Elly Bulkin, Jan Clausen, Irena Klepfisz and Rima Shore.Smith, Barbara. ...
  9. Conditions (Кондиции, Konditsii) is a projects of constitution in Russia, which was signed by Anna of Russia in Jelgava 18 January 1730. It gives all power of ruling to the Supreme Privy Council. ...
  10. (Condition (computer gaming)) In role-playing games, a status effect is a temporary modification to a game character’s original set of properties that usually comes into play when special powers and abilities (such as spells) are used, often during combat. ...
  11. (Condition (SQL)) A relational database management system uses SQL conditions or expressions in WHERE clauses and in HAVING clauses to SELECT subsets of data.
  12. (The Condition) Jennifer Haigh (born 1968) is an American novelist and short story writer.
  13. (condition) A logical clause or phrase that a conditional statement uses. The phrase can either be true or false; A requirement, term, or requisite; The health status of a medical patient; The state or quality; A particular state of being; The situation of a person or persons, particularly ...
  14. (condition) To keep paper in the pressroom for a few hours or days before printing so that its moisture level and temperature equal that in the pressroom. Also called cure, mature and season.
  15. (condition) a contingency, qualification, or occurrence on which an estate or property right is gained or lost.
  16. (condition) the physical state of a coin.
  17. (Condition) here is no existing phenomena that is not the effect of dependent origination. All phenomena arise dependent upon a number of casual factors called conditions.
  18. Condition is the most important characteristic in determining the value of a stamp. It refers to the state of a stamp regarding such details as centering, color and gum.
  19. (Condition) The state of preservation of a particular numismatic item.
  20. (Condition) The factual evidence which the internal auditor found in the course of the examination (what does exist).
  21. (condition) Boolean expression to specify that a transition occurs when the specified expression is true.
  22. (Condition) Part of a policy stating that certain rules must be followed, for example, the duty to take reasonable care to protect property, or to report claims to the insurance company promptly.
  23. (Condition) The overall appearance and soundness of a stamp or cover. Positive condition factors include fresh full colour, full original gum on unused stamps, and so on. Damage such as creases, tears, thinned paper, short perforation teeth, toning and so on negatively affect condition.
  24. (Condition) Refers to the physical condition of the postcard. Terms used are Mint, Near Mint, Excellent, Very Good, Good, Fair, and Poor.
  25. (condition) A logical expression that can be evaluated as True or False, e.g. A>B. See also test condition.