condition

condition
condition [n1] circumstances action, ballgame*, case, estate, happening, how it goes*, how things are*, how things stack up*, lay of the land*, like it is*, mode, order, plight, position, posture, predicament, quality, rank, repair, reputation, riff, scene, shape, situation, size of it*, sphere, spot, standing, state, state of affairs, status, status quo, trim, way things are*, way things shape up*, where it’s at*; concepts 639,696 condition [n2] requirement, limitation arrangement, article, catch, codicil, contingency, demand, essential, exception, exemption, fine print*, kicker*, modification, must, necessity, postulate, precondition, prerequisite, provision, proviso, qualification, requisite, reservation, rule, sine qua non, small print*, stipulation, strings*, terms; concepts 270,688 condition [n3] physical shape, fitness appearance, aspect, build, constitution, fettle, form, health, kilter, mint, order, phase, repair, state, status, tone, trim; concepts 316,757 condition [n4] illness affection, ailment, complaint, disease, ill, infirmity, malady, predicament, problem, syndrome, temper, weakness; concept 306 condition [v] adapt, prepare accustom, brainwash, build up, educate, equip, habituate, inure, loosen up, make ready, modify, practice, program, ready, shape up, sharpen, tone up, toughen up, train, warm up, whip into shape*, work out, work over; concepts 35,202

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  • condition — [ kɔ̃disjɔ̃ ] n. f. • v. 1160 « convention, pacte »; bas lat. conditio, class. condicio I ♦ (État, manière d être.) A ♦ (Personnes) 1 ♦ (XIIIe) Vieilli Rang social, place dans la société. ⇒ classe, état. L inégalité des conditions sociales. Les… …   Encyclopédie Universelle

  • condition — con·di·tion 1 n 1: an uncertain future act or event whose occurrence or nonoccurrence determines the rights or obligations of a party under a legal instrument and esp. a contract; also: a clause in the instrument describing the act or event and… …   Law dictionary

  • condition — CONDITION. s. f. La nature, l estat & la qualité d une chose ou d une personne. La condition des choses d icy bas. la condition des hommes semble plus malheureuse que celle des animaux. la condition des Princes ne souffre pas &c. cette… …   Dictionnaire de l'Académie française

  • condition — CONDITION. s. f. La nature, l état et la qualité d une chose ou d une personne. La condition des choses humaines est d être périssables. La condition des Princes les oblige à plus de devoirs que les autres hommes. Cette marchandise n a pas les… …   Dictionnaire de l'Académie Française 1798

  • Condition — • That which is necessary or at least conducive to the actual operation of a cause Catholic Encyclopedia. Kevin Knight. 2006. Condition     Condition      …   Catholic encyclopedia

  • condition — con‧di‧tion [kənˈdɪʆn] noun [countable] LAW INSURANCE something stated in a contract, agreement, or insurance policy that must be done or must be true otherwise the contract, agreement, or policy will be ended or will not remain in force: • You… …   Financial and business terms

  • condition — Condition, Conditio. Basse condition, Ignobilitas. Un homme de basse condition ou estat, Vnus de multis, Infimus homo, Homo vltimae professionis. Quand on est issu de parens de basse condition, Obscuritas. Qui n est point de servile condition,… …   Thresor de la langue françoyse

  • Condition — Con*di tion, n. [F., fr. L. conditio (better condicio) agreement, compact, condition; con + a root signifying to show, point out, akin to dicere to say, dicare to proclaim, dedicate. See {Teach}, {Token}.] 1. Mode or state of being; state or… …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • condition — [kən dish′ən] n. [ME & OFr condicion < L condicio, agreement, situation < condicere, to speak with, agree < com , together + dicere, to speak: see DICTION] 1. anything called for as a requirement before the performance or completion of… …   English World dictionary

  • condition — n 1 Condition, stipulation, terms, provision, proviso, reservation, strings are comparable when meaning something that is established or is regarded as the prerequisite of a promise or agreement being fulfilled or taking effect. Condition implies …   New Dictionary of Synonyms

  • Condition — or Conditions may refer to: Contents 1 Logic 2 Computer programming 3 Other 4 See also Logic Logical conditional …   Wikipedia

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