Meaning of CONDITION in English

I. noun see: diction Date: 14th century 1. a premise upon which the fulfillment of an agreement depends ; stipulation , covenant , a provision making the effect of a legal instrument contingent upon an uncertain event, something essential to the appearance or occurrence of something else ; prerequisite : as, an environmental requirement , the subordinate clause of a ~al sentence, 3. a restricting or modifying factor ; qualification , an unsatisfactory academic grade that may be raised by doing additional work, 4. a state of being , social status ; rank , a usually defective state of health , a state of physical fitness or readiness for use , attendant circumstances , 5. temper of mind, trait , manners, ways , II. verb (~ed; ~ing) Date: 15th century intransitive verb to make stipulations, transitive verb to agree by stipulating, to make ~al, 3. to put into a proper state for work or use, air-~ , to give a grade of ~ to, 5. to adapt, modify, or mold so as to conform to an environing culture , to modify so that an act or response previously associated with one stimulus becomes associated with another, ~able adjective

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