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Definición de “condition” en inglés

condition

noun  /kənˈdɪʃ·ən/ us  

condition noun (STATE)

the particular state that something or someone is in: [U] We spent a lot of money to get the house in good condition. [U] She was hospitalized in fair condition after the accident. [+ to infinitive] He’s in no condition to drive (= He should not drive). A condition can also be a state of not operating correctly: [C] a heart condition

condition noun (AGREED LIMITATION)

[C] something that must exist before something else can happen: Certain conditions must be met before the aid will be provided. He spoke on condition that he not be identified.
(Definition of condition from the Cambridge Academic Content Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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