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condition

  

      n  
1    a particular state of being or existence; situation with respect to circumstances  
the human condition     
2    something that limits or restricts something else; a qualification  
you may enter only under certain conditions     
3    pl   external or existing circumstances  
conditions were right for a takeover     
4    state of health or physical fitness, esp. good health (esp. in the phrases in condition, out of condition)  
5    an ailment or physical disability  
a heart condition     
6    something indispensable to the existence of something else  
your happiness is a condition of mine     
7    something required as part of an agreement or pact; terms  
the conditions of the lease are set out     
8      (Law)  
a    a declaration or provision in a will, contract, etc., that makes some right or liability contingent upon the happening of some event  
b    the event itself  
9      (Logic)   a statement whose truth is either required for the truth of a given statement (a necessary condition) or sufficient to guarantee the truth of the given statement (a sufficient condition)  
   See       sufficient       2       necessary       3e  
10      (Maths, logic)   a presupposition, esp. a restriction on the domain of quantification, indispensable to the proof of a theorem and stated as part of it  
11      (Statistics)      short for       experimental condition  
12    rank, status, or position in life  
13    on (or upon) condition that   conj   provided that  
      vb   mainly tr  
14      (Psychol)  
a    to alter the response of (a person or animal) to a particular stimulus or situation  
b    to establish a conditioned response in (a person or animal)  
15    to put into a fit condition or state  
16    to improve the condition of (one's hair) by use of special cosmetics  
17    to accustom or inure  
18    to subject to a condition  
19    intr  
Archaic   to make conditions  
     (C14: from Latin conditio, from condicere to discuss, agree together, from con- together + dicere to say)  


air-condition  
      vb   tr   to apply air conditioning to  
condition code register  
      n     (Computing)   a hardware register used for storing the current values of the condition codes  
condition codes  
      pl n   a set of single bits that indicate specific conditions within a computer. The values of the condition codes are often determined by the outcome of a prior software operation and their principal use is to govern choices between alternative instruction sequences  
experimental condition  
      n     (Statistics)   one of the distinct states of affairs or values of the independent variable for which the dependent variable is measured in order to carry out statistical tests or calculations,   (Also called)    condition  
truth-condition  
      n     (Logic, philosophy)  
1    the circumstances under which a statement is true  
2    a statement of these circumstances: sometimes identified with the meaning of the statement  
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experimental condition  
      n     (Statistics)   one of the distinct states of affairs or values of the independent variable for which the dependent variable is measured in order to carry out statistical tests or calculations,   (Also called)    condition         


air-condition  
      vb   tr   to apply air conditioning to  
condition         
      n  
1    a particular state of being or existence; situation with respect to circumstances  
the human condition            
2    something that limits or restricts something else; a qualification  
you may enter only under certain conditions     
3    pl   external or existing circumstances  
conditions were right for a takeover     
4    state of health or physical fitness, esp. good health (esp. in the phrases in condition, out of condition)  
5    an ailment or physical disability  
a heart condition     
6    something indispensable to the existence of something else  
your happiness is a condition of mine     
7    something required as part of an agreement or pact; terms  
the conditions of the lease are set out     
8      (Law)  
a    a declaration or provision in a will, contract, etc., that makes some right or liability contingent upon the happening of some event  
b    the event itself  
9      (Logic)   a statement whose truth is either required for the truth of a given statement (a necessary condition) or sufficient to guarantee the truth of the given statement (a sufficient condition)  
   See       sufficient       2       necessary       3e  
10      (Maths, logic)   a presupposition, esp. a restriction on the domain of quantification, indispensable to the proof of a theorem and stated as part of it  
11      (Statistics)      short for       experimental condition  
12    rank, status, or position in life  
13    on (or upon) condition that   conj   provided that  
      vb   mainly tr  
14      (Psychol)  
a    to alter the response of (a person or animal) to a particular stimulus or situation  
b    to establish a conditioned response in (a person or animal)  
15    to put into a fit condition or state  
16    to improve the condition of (one's hair) by use of special cosmetics  
17    to accustom or inure  
18    to subject to a condition  
19    intr  
Archaic   to make conditions  
     (C14: from Latin conditio, from condicere to discuss, agree together, from con- together + dicere to say)  
condition code register  
      n     (Computing)   a hardware register used for storing the current values of the condition codes  
condition codes  
      pl n   a set of single bits that indicate specific conditions within a computer. The values of the condition codes are often determined by the outcome of a prior software operation and their principal use is to govern choices between alternative instruction sequences  
truth-condition  
      n     (Logic, philosophy)  
1    the circumstances under which a statement is true  
2    a statement of these circumstances: sometimes identified with the meaning of the statement  

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condition

  

      n  
1    case, circumstances, lie of the land, plight, position, predicament, shape, situation, state, state of affairs, status quo  
2    arrangement, article, demand, limitation, modification, prerequisite, provision, proviso, qualification, requirement, requisite, restriction, rider, rule, stipulation, terms  
3    fettle, fitness, health, kilter, order, shape, state of health, trim  
4    ailment, complaint, infirmity, malady, problem, weakness  
5    caste, class, estate, grade, order, position, rank, status, stratum  
      vb  
6    accustom, adapt, educate, equip, habituate, inure, make ready, prepare, ready, tone up, train, work out  

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adj.
in original condition
n.
a neurological condition found on the island of Guam
The symptoms range from motor nuron disease (Lou Gehrig's disease) to Parkinson's disease.
adj.
forced by a medical condition to spend most of the time home
n.
A specific technical worksheet tool with performer's requirements. Excellent start of negotiations between performers, managers and contractors. (These requirements might include sound and light conditions for the show, food lodging and transportation of artistic talents)
n.
an agreement through which one of the parties is offered very advantageous conditions because of the special relation with the partner
[Bus.] most frequently ,"sweetheart deal" has a negative connotation implying the idea of illegality or immorality .
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