Meaning of CONDITION in English

Function: verb

Inflected Form: con · di · tioned ; con · di · tion · ing \ - ' di-sh( ə -)ni ŋ \

Date: 15th century

intransitive verb archaic : to make stipulations

transitive verb

1 : to agree by stipulating

2 : to make conditional

3 a : to put into a proper state for work or use b : AIR-CONDITION

4 : to give a grade of condition to

5 a : to adapt, modify, or mold so as to conform to an environing culture <traditional beliefs condition ing a child's attitude> b : to modify so that an act or response previously associated with one stimulus becomes associated with another

– con · di · tion · able \ -sh( ə -)n ə -b ə l \ adjective

Merriam Webster Collegiate English Dictionary.      Merriam Webster - Энциклопедический словарь английского языка.