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Noun
The state of something with regard to its appearance, quality, or working order
“The condition of this Ming Dynasty vase remains immaculate.”
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A situation that must exist before something else is possible or permitted
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“Hades grants his request, but only on the condition that he must not look back.”
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A person's or animal's state of health or physical fitness
“His condition is gradually improving following surgery.”
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An illness or other medical problem
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“He is suffering from a peculiar condition that may take some time to overcome.”
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(usually in plural form "conditions") The circumstances or factors affecting the way in which one lives or works
“The company has endeavored to provide favorable working conditions for its staff.”
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One's position in relation to their circumstances
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An attribute of a thing or person
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The way in which a person lives
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A class, group, or kind sharing certain characteristics or qualities
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Hotness, coldness of some degree
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A way or manner in which something occurs or is experienced, expressed, or done
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The success or failure of a person or enterprise over a period of time
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The conditions of an agreement
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An inefficient part or factor
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The condition of being physically fit and healthy
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An insistent and peremptory request, made as of right
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An element or circumstance contributing to a result
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A particular appearance or quality
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The position in which someone holds their body when standing or sitting
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A favorable circumstance or occasion
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A person's predestined situation or status in life
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The normal or customary state of things
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The condition or period of being pregnant
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Bodily conditioning
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Something that makes a treatment inadvisable
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A particular level of rank, quality, proficiency, or value
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An allergic response to physical stimuli
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Something that provides a means of understanding or achieving something
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A system of ordering society based on perceived social or economic status
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A person's state of mind seen in terms of their being angry or calm
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A principle or standard by which something may be judged or decided
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An idea or a statement believed or assumed to be true
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A person or corporation's available money
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To train or practice so as to be accustomed to a certain condition
“I would run long distances regularly to condition myself for the upcoming marathon.”
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To accustom to behave in a certain way or to accept certain beliefs
“The cult would condition members to believe in a supreme being from outer space.”
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To have a significant influence on
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“These economic changes have the potential to condition the job security and income levels of families.”
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To change (something) so as to make it suitable for a particular use or situation
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“The device would exude water vapor into the air to condition yarn produced in textile plants.”
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To make fit or healthy
“This product claims to be able to condition dry and damaged hair.”
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To be persuaded based on available information
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To affect without completely changing
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To give an appearance of age to, especially a new object
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Cleanse
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To establish or stipulate as a previous condition
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To fix or repair something
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To provide the means to do something
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To impart information or knowledge
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