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condition
/ 9kEn5dIFn; kEn`dIFEn/ v 1 [Tn] have an important effect on (sb/sth); determine []; : Environment conditions an animal's development. . 2 [Tn, Tn.pr, Cn.t] ~ sb/sth (to sth/to do sth) accustom sb/sth; train sb/sth []; []: We have all been conditioned by our upbringing. . * It didn't take them long to become conditioned to the new environment. . * Animals can be conditioned to expect food at certain times. . 3 [Tn] put (sth) into a proper or desired state for use : leather conditioned by a special process * a lotion that conditions the skin, ie keeps it healthy .
OXFORD ENGLISH DICTIONARY posted at 2009-11-22 13:41:12
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condition
/ kEn5dIFn; kEn`dIFEn/ n 1 [sing] particular state of existence ; ; ; : the human condition * the condition of slavery, ie being a slave . 2 [sing, U] (a) present state of a thing ; ; : be in good, poor, excellent, etc condition * the rusty condition of the bicycle * The ship is not in a condition/is in no condition (ie is unfit) to make a long voyage. . (b) physical fitness; health ; : He's in excellent condition for a man of his age. , . * I've had no exercise for ages; I'm really out of condition, ie unfit. , . * She's in no condition (ie is not well enough) to travel. . 3 [C] (a) thing needed to make sth else possible; thing on which another thing depends : One of the conditions of the job is that you should be able to drive, ie In order to get the job you must be able to drive. . * He was allowed to go out, but his parents made it a condition that he should get home before midnight. , . * I'll let you borrow it on one condition: (that) you lend me your bicycle in return. , , . (b) thing required as part of an agreement, a contract, etc; stipulation ; ; ; : the terms and conditions of the lease . 4 conditions [pl] circumstances ; : under existing conditions * poor working conditions * firemen having to operate in very difficult conditions . 5 [C] illness; ailment : a heart, liver, brain, etc condition * What is the treatment for this condition? ? 6 [C] (dated ) position in society; rank ; ; : people of every condition/of all conditions . 7 (idm ) in mint condition => mint2. on condition (that)... only if; provided (that) ...; ...: You can go out on condition that you wear an overcoat. . on no condition (fml ) not at all ; : You must on no condition tell him what happened. .
OXFORD ENGLISH DICTIONARY posted at 2009-11-22 13:41:12
condition
/ kEn5dIFn; kEn`dIFEn/ n 1 [sing] particular state of existence ; ; ; : the human condition * the condition of slavery, ie being a slave . 2 [sing, U] (a) present state of a thing ; ; : be in good, poor, excellent, etc condition * the rusty condition of the bicycle * The ship is not in a condition/is in no condition (ie is unfit) to make a long voyage. . (b) physical fitness; health ; : He's in excellent condition for a man of his age. , . * I've had no exercise for ages; I'm really out of condition, ie unfit. , . * She's in no condition (ie is not well enough) to travel. . 3 [C] (a) thing needed to make sth else possible; thing on which another thing depends : One of the conditions of the job is that you should be able to drive, ie In order to get the job you must be able to drive. . * He was allowed to go out, but his parents made it a condition that he should get home before midnight. , . * I'll let you borrow it on one condition: (that) you lend me your bicycle in return. , , . (b) thing required as part of an agreement, a contract, etc; stipulation ; ; ; : the terms and conditions of the lease . 4 conditions [pl] circumstances ; : under existing conditions * poor working conditions * firemen having to operate in very difficult conditions . 5 [C] illness; ailment : a heart, liver, brain, etc condition * What is the treatment for this condition? ? 6 [C] (dated ) position in society; rank ; ; : people of every condition/of all conditions . 7 (idm ) in mint condition => mint2. on condition (that)... only if; provided (that) ...; ...: You can go out on condition that you wear an overcoat. . on no condition (fml ) not at all ; : You must on no condition tell him what happened. .
OXFORD ENGLISH DICTIONARY posted at 2009-11-22 13:41:12

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