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condition  Verb
Plural: conditions
  1. Translate "condition" to Spanish: acondicionar, poner en condiciones
    English Synonyms of "condition": fit, fit up, fix, set up, capacitate, fit out, prepare
    Define meaning of "condition": Put into a better state.; Train by instruction and practice; especially to teach self-control.
  2. He conditions old cars.
    Parents must discipline their children.
    Is this dog trained?

  3. Translate "condition" to Spanish: poner en forma, acondicionar
    English Synonyms of "condition": capacitate, put in shape
    Define meaning of "condition": Train by instruction and practice; especially to teach self-control.
  4. Parents must discipline their children.
    Is this dog trained?

  5. Translate "condition" to Spanish: condicionar, acostumbrar, habituar
    English Synonyms of "condition": habituate, accustom, adapt, addict, break in, make accustomed, wont
    Define meaning of "condition": Establish a conditioned response.
  6. Her perseverance conditioned everybody, Su perseverancia acostumbró a todos.

  7. Translate "condition" to Spanish: condicionar, poner condiciones a, subordinar, supeditar
    English Synonyms of "condition": impose condition on, put conditions on, put conditions to, subordinate
    Define meaning of "condition": Specify as a condition or requirement in a contract or agreement; make an express demand or provision in an agreement.
  8. Ann conditioned her return, Ana condicionó su regreso.
    The will stipulates that she can live in the house for the rest of her life.
    The contract stipulates the dates of the payments.

condition  Noun
  1. Translate "condition" to Spanish: condición, estado, estatus
    English Synonyms of "condition": shape, status
    Define meaning of "condition": The state of (good) health (especially in the phrases 'in condition' or 'in shape' or 'out of condition' or 'out of shape').

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  3. Translate "condition" to Spanish: requisito, condición, condicional, cortapisa, prerrequisito
    English Synonyms of "condition": requisite, essential qualification, must, necessaries, qualification, requirement, specification
    Define meaning of "condition": An assumption on which rests the validity or effect of something else. ; A statement of what is required as part of an agreement.
  4. The contract set out the conditions of the lease.
    The terms of the treaty were generous.

  5. Translate "condition" to Spanish: condiciones
    Define meaning of "condition": The procedure that is varied in order to estimate a variable's effect by comparison with a control condition. ; A state at a particular time. ; The state of (good) health (especially in the phrases 'in condition' or 'in shape' or 'out of condition' or 'out of shape').
  6. A condition (or state) of disrepair.
    The current status of the arms negotiations.

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  7. Translate "condition" to Spanish: enfermedad
    English Synonyms of "condition": complaint, disease, disorder, ill, illness, malady, affliction, maladie
    Define meaning of "condition": Illness which is not very serious. ; An often persistent bodily disorder or disease; a cause for complaining.

  8. Translate "condition" to Spanish: estado físico
    English Synonyms of "condition": fitness, physical condition, shape, state of health

Verb Conjugation for "condition"
Gerund: conditioning
Past Participle: conditioned

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Conceptually-related expressions of "condition"
abnormal condition
accept subject to previous condition
accountable condition
action that occurs only if it complies with a specific condition
actual operating condition
adverse propagation condition
aerobic condition
affirmative condition
AIDS-related condition
air-condition
ambient condition
anaerobic condition
annual statement of condition
anoxic condition
anxiety disorder due to general medical condition
article or clause that introduces a condition
atmospheric condition
axenic condition
bad condition
bad physical condition
basal condition
be in a bad condition
be in a better condition
be in a delicate condition
be in a disadvantaged condition
be in a very poor condition
be in an interesting condition
be in awful condition
be in condition to
be in good condition
be in good running condition
be in no condition to
be in one's best condition
be in one's topmost condition
be in one's worst condition
be in poor condition
be in the same condition
be in top condition
beggarly condition
bidding condition
biological condition
body condition
boundary condition
breach of condition
calculation condition
casual condition
change one's condition
combination condition
comparative statements of condition
confining condition
confining medical condition
consistent condition
consolidated statement of condition
contingent condition
continuation of the original condition
copulative condition
critical condition
current condition
default condition
dependent condition
dirty condition
discomfort with the human condition
discrimination in classical condition
diseased condition
disfigured condition
disjunctive condition
dissolving condition
distressed condition
drain condition
dry condition
dynamic condition
easing of exchange condition
end-condition
end up in a disadvantaged final condition
environmental condition
error condition
essential condition
estate upon condition
excellent condition
exception condition
express condition
extinguishing condition
failure of condition
fall into a stuporous condition
favorable condition
feel in good condition to
feel oneself in condition to
female dyspareunia due to general medical condition
female hypoactive sexual desire disorder due to general medical condition
filthy condition
financial condition
forbidden condition
four-condition code
frozen condition
fulfilled condition
full-fading condition
full-loading condition
fungal genus responsible for the medical condition blastomycosis
good condition
good economic condition
good physical condition
heart condition
human condition
hypoxic condition
idle circuit condition
immoral condition
impaired condition
implicit condition
implied condition
impose condition on
impossible condition
in a confused and futile condition
in a delicate condition
in a disadvantaged final condition
in a low-energy condition
in a pleasingly orderly and clean condition
in a ruined condition
in a sad and helpless condition
in a trancelike condition
in bad condition
in bad physical condition
in better condition
in condition
in drivable condition
in excellent condition
in feeble condition
in good condition
in good condition to
in good flying condition
in good physical condition
in its current condition
in its present condition
in mint condition
in navigable condition
in OK condition
in optimal condition
in perfect condition
in perfect health condition
in poor condition
in prime condition
in proper condition
in the same condition
in unsound condition
in very bad condition
in very good condition
independent condition
indispensable condition
inherent condition
initial condition
insensible condition
inter-character rest condition
irrigated condition
join condition
keep in condition
keep in good condition
lawful condition
legally binding condition
light-loading condition
line-up condition
listening condition
living condition
loss of condition
male dyspareunia due to general medical condition
male erectile disorder due to general medical condition
measure of a condition
mental condition
mental disorder due to general medical condition
meteorological condition
mint condition
miserable condition
mixed condition
mood disorder due to general medical condition
multi-condition code
multi-condition modulation
mutual condition
n-condition modulation
nauseous condition
necessary condition
negative condition
no-signal condition
non-faded condition
normal condition
not in proper condition
obligation with resolutory condition
obligation with suspensive condition
of dubious condition
of humble condition
off condition
on condition
on condition that
on-keyed condition
on one condition
on the condition of
on the condition that
operating condition
optimal condition
optimum condition
optional condition
over-acid condition
peak condition
person who binds himself or herself before a judge to perform an act or observe a condition
physical condition
physically impossible condition
place in filthy condition
plant condition
policy condition
poor condition
poor physical condition
positive condition
possible condition
pre-condition
precedent condition
preexisting condition
present condition
prevailing condition
property condition
psychedelic condition
psychological affecting physical condition
psychological and mental condition
psychological factor affecting medical condition
psychotic disorder due to general medical condition
put in condition
put in good condition to
race condition
range condition
receiver operating condition
reception condition
relational problem related to general medical condition
repugnant condition
resolutory condition
resonant condition
restoration to the original condition
restrictive condition
retroactive condition
return to a former condition
return to one's former condition
running condition
sale on condition
same condition
saturated condition
search condition
seasonal condition
sexual dysfunction due to general medical condition
showroom condition
signal condition
simulated dust and sand condition
single condition
sleep disorder due to general medical condition
soil condition
sole condition
spontaneous cure of a medical condition
stabile condition
stable condition
stand-by condition
statement of condition
statement of financial condition
steady-state condition
sterilized condition
stopped condition
stormy condition
stress condition
subscriber busy condition
subscriber idle condition
subsequent condition
successive condition
superfluous condition
suspended condition
suspensive condition
suspensory condition
switch-over condition
temporary condition
test condition
testamentary condition
to a ruined condition
to a worse condition
tone-on condition
tricky or disadvantageous condition
tuning condition
two-condition code
unbalanced mental condition
uncertain condition
under the condition that
unfavorable condition
unlawful condition
unsafe condition
unusual and interesting condition
verification condition
wait condition
walk-in condition
weather condition
which denotes a state or condition
which describes a state or condition
workflow condition
working condition
yeast species producer of a parapsoriatic condition
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