What are red words?
90% of the time, speakers of English use just 7,500 words in speech and writing.These words appear in red, and are graded with stars. One-star words are frequent, two-star words are morefrequent, and three-star words are the most frequent.
- 1[singular/uncountable] the physical state of something
The survey will assess the condition of thousands of bridges.in good/bad/terrible etc condition:
The house is in fairly good condition.
conditions[plural] the situation or environment in which something happens or exists
Demand will remain low unless there is a change in economic conditions.condition for:
the necessary conditions for the formation of sand dunesunder difficult/appalling conditions:
The rescue was carried out under extremely difficult conditions.create the conditions (for something):
The teacher creates the conditions that will allow the children to learn.
- a.the environment in which people must live and work
He dedicated his life to improving prison conditions.living/working conditions:
The project aims to provide better living conditions and health care for the elderly.in terrible/appalling conditions:
Many of the refugees are living in appalling conditions without clean water.
- 3[countable] something that must be true or be done before another thing can happen, especially as part of an agreement, law, or contract
It is a condition of his release that he stays away from his ex-wife.meet/satisfy conditions:
In order to qualify for the loan you have to meet strict financial conditions.lay down/impose conditions:
The company is going to challenge the conditions imposed by the council.terms and conditions:
Make sure you read the terms and conditions carefully before signing the contract.
in no condition to do something
on condition (that)
out of condition