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condition

noun (STATE)
狀態
 
 
/kənˈdɪʃ.ən/
[S or U] the particular state that something or someone is in
狀況;狀態
Mum's still got our pram - it's very old, but it's in perfect condition.
媽媽還留著我們的嬰兒車——雖然很舊了,但仍然完好。
They left the flat in a terrible condition - there was mess everywhere.
他們把公寓房間弄得一團糟——到處一片狼藉。
The hospital say her condition (= state of health) is improving slowly.
醫院說她的健康狀況正在慢慢好轉。
He's in no condition (= He is too ill or too drunk) to drive home.
他的狀況根本不能自己開車回家。
Conditions and characteristics
conditions [plural] the physical situation that someone or something is in and affected by
物質條件;情況;實際環境
weather conditions
天氣條件
working conditions
工作條件
The prisoners were kept in the most appalling conditions.
犯人們被關押在條件異常惡劣的地方。
Under what conditions do plants grow best?
植物在甚麽條件下生長得最好?
Situations and circumstances
[C] any of different types of diseases
疾病
to suffer from a heart/skin condition
患有心臟/皮膚病
a medical condition
內科疾病
Disease and illness - general words
out of condition not healthy enough for hard physical exercise, as a result of not taking part in sport or other physical activities
(由於不參加鍛煉或其他體力活動而)身體狀況不佳,不在狀態
Not fit and healthyThin or slender (of people)
(Definition of condition noun (STATE) from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Traditional) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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