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Noun
An environment or situation
“The conditions he had to work under were less than conducive for optimal productivity.”
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The conditions of an agreement
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“Hades grants his request, but only on the condition that he must not look back.”
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The surrounding area, circumstances, conditions, or objects
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Visibility or distance
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Elements or circumstances contributing to a result
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The state of the atmosphere at a particular place and time as regards heat, cloudiness, dryness, sunshine, wind, rain, etc
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A set of rules, instructions, or guidelines for doing something
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Animal breeding area
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A final statement of terms or conditions made by one party to another, especially one that expresses a threat of reprisal or war
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A (usually technical) description of an event or system that is considered to be accurate
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Plural for the state of something with regard to its appearance, quality, or working order
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“The condition of this Ming Dynasty vase remains immaculate.”
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Plural for a person's or animal's state of health or physical fitness
“His condition is gradually improving following surgery.”
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Plural for 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") Plural for 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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Plural for an attribute of a thing or person
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Plural for the way in which a person lives
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Plural for dilemma, difficulty
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Plural for a class, group, or kind sharing certain characteristics or qualities
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Plural for hotness, coldness of some degree
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Plural for a way or manner in which something occurs or is experienced, expressed, or done
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Plural for one's emotional or mental condition
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Plural for an inefficient part or factor
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Plural for the condition of being physically fit and healthy
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Plural for an insistent and peremptory request, made as of right
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Plural for a particular appearance or quality
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Plural for a favorable circumstance or occasion
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Plural for a person's predestined situation or status in life
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Plural for the normal or customary state of things
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Plural for pregnancy
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Plural for bodily conditioning
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Plural for something that makes a treatment inadvisable
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Plural for an allergic response to physical stimuli
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Plural for something that provides a means of understanding or achieving something
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Plural for a system of ordering society based on perceived social or economic status
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Plural for a principle or standard by which something may be judged or decided
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Plural for an idea or a statement believed or assumed to be true
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Plural for the composition of something
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Plural for a person or corporation's available money
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To establish or stipulate as a previous condition
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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
“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 control or determine
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To give an appearance of age to, especially a new object
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To become mature, old or ripe
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Cleanse
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To modify, especially so as to better fit a given purpose or circumstance
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To bestow legal or official authority to
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To exert for the sake of development or improvement
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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 give a particular shape or form to
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To have a great influence on, or determine the nature of
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To impart information or knowledge
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