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Translation of "condition" - English-Spanish dictionary

condition

noun /kənˈdiʃən/
state or circumstances in which a person or thing is condición, estado The house is not in good condition He is in no condition to leave hospital under ideal conditions living conditions variable weather conditions.
something that must happen or be done before some other thing happens or is done; a term or requirement in an agreement condición It was a condition of his going that he should pay his own expenses That is one of the conditions in the agreement.
conditional adjective
depending on certain conditions condicional This offer of a university place is conditional on your being able to pass your final school exams a conditional offer.
conditionally adverb
condicionalmente She’s been conditionally offered a place at university to study history.
conditioner noun
something which helps in conditioning acondicionador, suavizante hair conditioner.
on condition that
if, and only if (something is done) a condición de que You will be paid tomorrow on condition that the work is finished.
(Definition of condition from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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