Meaning of UNCONDITIONAL in English

UNCONDITIONAL

adjective

COLLOCATIONS FROM OTHER ENTRIES

conditional/unconditional bail (= when there are conditions/no conditions attached to someone being allowed to go free )

Both men were given unconditional bail and they left court without comment.

unconditional surrender (= accepting total defeat )

the humiliation of unconditional surrender

COLLOCATIONS FROM CORPUS

■ NOUN

acceptance

However, in order to create the contract, the acceptance must be a total and unconditional acceptance of the offer.

Therefore there are inevitable limitations and conditions when we attempt to gain unconditional acceptance from other people.

bail

The case was adjourned until June 26 and Dargue was released on unconditional bail .

They were remanded on unconditional bail until June 24 for a pre-trial review.

Brennan and Carlin were granted bail on condition that they keep away from witnesses and Nolan was granted unconditional bail.

Dennis, of Braithwell, South Yorkshire, was granted unconditional bail until his next appearance on December 2.

He was released on unconditional bail until March 9.

All four have been on unconditional bail since October last year.

Both hunt supporters were given unconditional bail and they left court without comment.

love

The role of grandparents is to give time and unconditional love .

She talked to many patients who described near-death experiences, in which they encountered white light and unconditional love .

Instead the doubter finds that in your unconditional love you bless even hopes unborn.

Cage finds his unconditional love in Sera, whose very name is an acceptance of what will be.

release

Amnesty International believes Williams was imprisoned for acting in accordance with his conscientiously-held beliefs, and calls for his immediate and unconditional release .

Please send appeals requesting his immediate and unconditional release to:.

support

It was hardly surprising that preventive medicine, and state medicine in particular, refused to give unconditional support to eugenics.

surrender

August 1945, to an unconditional surrender .

Instead, they issued the Potsdam Declaration, calling again for unconditional surrender on pain of great destruction.

In this case, however, unconditional surrender was now required.

Hopes of a compromise peace stood no chance in the face of Franco's determination to pursue the Republic's unconditional surrender .

Tonight the staff accepted the council's unconditional surrender with a bottle of champagne.

EXAMPLES FROM OTHER ENTRIES

The general said he would fight on until the enemy agreed to an unconditional surrender.

The release of all political prisoners must be unconditional .

EXAMPLES FROM CORPUS

All four have been on unconditional bail since October last year.

Cage finds his unconditional love in Sera, whose very name is an acceptance of what will be.

Dennis, of Braithwell, South Yorkshire, was granted unconditional bail until his next appearance on December 2.

However, in order to create the contract, the acceptance must be a total and unconditional acceptance of the offer.

If found guilty, Simmons could face a sentence ranging from unconditional discharge to a year in jail.

Julian is asked whether this is a condition; his reply is that the freedom is unconditional .

They were remanded on unconditional bail until June 24 for a pre-trial review.

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