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The survey will assess the condition of thousands of bridges.
The house is in fairly good condition.
Demand will remain low unless there is a change in economic conditions.
the necessary conditions for the formation of sand dunes
The rescue was carried out under extremely difficult conditions.
The teacher creates the conditions that will allow the children to learn.
He dedicated his life to improving prison conditions.
Many of the refugees are living in appalling conditions without clean water.
The storm brought freezing conditions across much of the state.
Both teams played well in difficult windy conditions.
The reforms actually worsened the condition of people in rural communities.
philosophers exploring the human condition
It is a condition of his release that he stays away from his ex-wife.
In order to qualify for the loan you have to meet strict financial conditions.
The company is going to challenge the conditions imposed by the export controls.
Make sure you read the terms and conditions carefully before signing the contract.
David has a severe heart condition.
Do both of the children suffer from the same medical condition?
This is the American English definition of condition. View British English definition of condition.
a derogatory word used for referring to people in the banking and investment industry who are thought of as taking serious risks in order to increase their own earnings …add a word
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