Definition of Condition:

  1. A state of affairs that must exist or be brought about before something else is possible or permitted.

  2. Apply a conditioner to (the hair).

  3. Contracts: The central instrument in a contract. A condition (1) invests or divests the rights and duties of the parties to the contract, or (2) stipulates that the occurrence or nonoccurrence of a certain event creates or terminates a contract.

    An actual or stipulated condition is called an express condition or condition in deed, and a condition deemed to be automatically present is called an implied condition or condition in law. Breach of a condition constitutes breach of the contract, and entitles the aggrieved party to call for setting aside (rescission) of the contract, and to claim for damages. A minor term (incidental point) of the contract is called a warranty, breach of which may call for damages as compensation but not rescission of the contract. See also condition precedent, condition subsequent, innominate term, and intermediate term.

  4. The circumstances affecting the way in which people live or work, especially with regard to their safety or well-being.

  5. Bring (something) into the desired state for use.

  6. Have a significant influence on or determine (the manner or outcome of something).

  7. Law: An uncertain future act or event, the occurrence of which determines the existence or extent of an interest or right, or liability or obligation; or which initiates, halts, or terminates the performance of a duty.

  8. The state of something with regard to its appearance, quality, or working order.

  9. Set prior requirements on (something) before it can occur or be done.

Synonyms of Condition

Abate, Ability, Abnormality, Acclimate, Acclimatize, Accommodate, Accustom, Acute disease, Adapt, Adjust, Adjust to, Affairs, Affection, Affliction, Ailment, Allergic disease, Allergy, Alter, Apprentice, Assuage, Atrophy, Attach a condition, Attune, Bacterial disease, Bearings, Beat into, Birth defect, Blight, Bound, Boundary condition, Box in, Brainwash, Break, Break in, Breed, Bring up, Capability, Capacitate, Capacity, Cardiovascular disease, Case, Case harden, Caste, Catch, Catechize, Character, Chronic disease, Circulatory disease, Circumscribe, Circumstance, Circumstances, Class, Clause, Cobble, Commission, Competence, Competency, Complaint, Complication, Concerns, Condition of things, Conditions, Confine, Confirm, Congenital defect, Conjuncture, Contain, Contingency, Copyright, Cultivate, Darn, Dealings, Defect, Deficiency disease, Deformity, Degenerative disease, Demand, Develop, Diminish, Disability, Discipline, Disease, Disorder, Distemper, Do up, Doctor, Doings, Domesticate, Domesticize, Donnee, Draw the line, Drill, Echelon, Educate, Enable, Endemic, Endemic disease, Endocrine disease, Environment, Epidemic disease, Equip, Escalator clause, Escape clause, Escape hatch, Establish, Estate, Event, Eventuality, Exception, Exemption, Exercise, Familiarize, Fetch up, Fettle, Fine print, Fit, Fit out, Fit up, Fitness, Fittedness, Fix, Fix up, Footing, Form, Foster, Functional disease, Fungus disease, Furnish, Gastrointestinal disease, Genetic disease, Gentle, Get ready, Given, Goings-on, Groom, Grounds, Habituate, Handicap, Harden, Have a catch, Have a joker, Health, Hedge, Hedge about, Hereditary disease, Hierarchy, House-train, Housebreak, Iatrogenic disease, Ill, Illness, Imbue, Implant, Impregnate, Impress, Improve, Incident, Inculcate, Indisposition, Indoctrinate, Infectious disease, Infirmity, Infix, Influence, Infuse, Inoculate, Insist upon, Instill, Inure, Jam, Joker, Juncture, Kicker, Kilter, Leaven, Life, Limit, Limitation, Limiting condition, Location, Lot, Make conditional, Make contingent, Make ready, Malady, Malaise, March of events, Mastery, Matters, Maturity, Mend, Mitigate, Modality, Mode, Moderate, Modification, Modify, Modulate, Morbidity, Morbus, Mould, Muscular disease, Must, Narrow, Naturalize, Necessity, Neurological disease, Nurse, Nurture, Nutritional disease, Obligation, Occasion, Occupational disease, Occurrence, Order, Organic disease, Orient, Orientate, Outfit, Overhaul, Palliate, Pandemic disease, Parameter, Part, Pass, Patch, Patch up, Patent, Pathological condition, Pathology, Persuade, Pickle, Place, Plant disease, Plight, Position, Posture, Power structure, Practice, Precedence, Predicament, Prepare, Preparedness, Prerequisite, Proceedings, Proficiency, Program, Protozoan disease, Provision, Provisions, Proviso, Psychosomatic disease, Put in commission, Put in order, Put in repair, Put in shape, Put in trim, Put in tune, Put to school, Qualification, Qualify, Quality, Quarters, Raise, Rank, Rate, Rating, Readiness, Ready, Rear, Recap, Recondition, Reduce, Register, Regulate by, Rehearse, Relation, Relations, Repair, Requirement, Requisite, Reservation, Respiratory disease, Restrain, Restrict, Restriction, Retread, Ripeness, Rockiness, Role, Run of things, Saving clause, Scant, Season, Seasoning, Secondary disease, Seediness, Send to school, Service, Set conditions, Set limits, Set to rights, Sew up, Shape, Sickishness, Sickness, Signs, Sine qua non, Situation, Small print, Soften, Specialize, Specification, Sphere, Spot, Stage, Standing, State, State of affairs, Station, Status, Stint, Stipulate, Stipulation, Straiten, String, Strings, Suit, Suitability, Suitableness, Suitedness, Symptomatology, Symptomology, Symptoms, Syndrome, Take in hand, Tame, Teach, Temper, Tempering, Term, Terms, The pip, The times, The world, Tinker, Tinker up, Train, Trim, Tune, Ultimatum, Urogenital disease, Virus disease, Wasting disease, What happens, Whereas, Wont, Worm disease, Treat, Prepare, Make ready, Ready, Prime, Temper, Process, Acclimatize, Acclimate, Adapt, Adjust, Soften, Season, Stipulation, Constraint, Prerequisite, Precondition, Requirement, Rule, Term, Specification, Provision, Proviso, Qualification, Improve, Make healthy, Build up, Nourish, Tone, Tone up, Get something into shape, Constrain, Control, Govern, Determine, Decide, Circumstances, Surroundings, State, Shape, Order

How to use Condition in a sentence?

  1. National choices are conditioned by the international political economy.
  2. I condition my hair regularly.
  3. Harsh working and living conditions.
  4. The wiring is in good condition.
  5. A product for conditioning leather.
  6. For a member to borrow money, three conditions have to be met.
  7. Knowing the current condition of your entire business will help you to make the best and wisest decisions for everyone involved.
  8. Greg Hardy signed a contract with the Cowboys that had many different condition s as it pertained to his pay and it wasnt guaranteed.
  9. Depending on the current condition of the economy you may want to decide to not release a product until a later date.
  10. Congressmen have sought to limit and condition military and economic aid.

Meaning of Condition & Condition Definition