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Chinese (Traditional) translation of “condition”

condition

noun (AGREED LIMIT)
約定的限制
 
 
/kənˈdɪʃ.ən/
[C] an arrangement that must exist before something else can happen
(協定的)條件,前提,條款
One of the conditions in the contract is that we don't build on the land.
合同條款之一是我們不在這片土地上建造樓房。
We're not in a position to make/set any conditions - we'll have to accept what they offer us.
我們沒有資格提出任何條件——我們只能接受他們提供的一切。
Under the conditions of the agreement, she must vacate the house on 12 July.
根據協定條款,她必須在7月12日騰出這所房子。
Range and limits
on (the) condition that only if
只要;條件是
I'll come to the party on the condition that you don't wear those ridiculous trousers!
我會參加聚會,條件是你不要穿那條丟人現眼的褲子!
Limiting and restrictingPreventing and impeding
(Definition of condition noun (AGREED LIMIT) from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Traditional) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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