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  1. condition

    • IPA[kənˈdɪʃ(ə)n]

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    • n.
      the state of something with regard to its appearance, quality, or working order;a person's or animal's state of health or physical fitness
    • v.
      have a significant influence on or determine (the manner or outcome of something);train or accustom to behave in a certain way or to accept certain circumstances
    • noun: condition, plural noun: conditions

    • verb: condition, 3rd person present: conditions, gerund or present participle: conditioning, past tense: conditioned, past participle: conditioned

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    • n.
      名詞
    • 1. the state of something with regard to its appearance, quality, or working order:

      the wiring is in good condition

      the bridge is in an extremely dangerous condition

    • 2. a person's or animal's state of health or physical fitness:

      the baby was in good condition at birth

      she was in a serious condition

    • 3. an illness or other medical problem:

      a heart condition

    • 4. the situation in life of a particular group:

      the sorrows of the human condition

    • 5. social position:

      those of humbler condition

    • 6. the circumstances or factors affecting the way in which people live or work, especially with regard to their well-being:

      harsh working conditions

    • 7. the factors or prevailing situation influencing the performance or outcome of a process:

      present market conditions

    • 8. the prevailing state of the weather, ground, or sea at a particular time, especially as it affects a sporting event:

      the appalling conditions determined the style of play

    • 9. a situation that must exist before something else is possible or permitted:

      for a member to borrow money, three conditions have to be met

      all personnel should comply with this policy as a condition of employment

    • v.
      動詞
    • 1. have a significant influence on or determine (the manner or outcome of something):

      national choices are conditioned by the international political economy

    • 2. train or accustom to behave in a certain way or to accept certain circumstances:

      our minds are heavily conditioned and circumscribed by habit

      they are beliefs which he has been conditioned to accept

    • 3. bring (something) into the desired state for use:

      a product for conditioning leather

    • 4. make (a person or animal) fit and healthy:

      O'Brien conditioned winners of 13 European Derbies during his career

      he was six feet two of perfectly conditioned muscle and bone

    • 5. bring (beer) to maturation after fermentation while the yeast is still present:

      beer conditioned in the bottle or cask still contains live, active yeast and should be drunk as soon as possible

    • 6. (of a beer) become conditioned:

      brews that are allowed to condition in the bottle

    • 7. apply a conditioner to (the hair):

      I condition my hair regularly

    • 8. set prior requirements on (something) before it can occur or be done:

      Congressmen have sought to limit and condition military and economic aid

    • n. the condition under which a given proposition is true.

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    • n. the condition under which a given proposition is true.

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    • n. a condition that is required to be satisfied at all or part of the boundary of a region in which a set of differential conditions is to be solved.

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    • n. a condition that is required to be satisfied at all or part of the boundary of a region in which a set of differential equations is to be solved.

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    • v. provide (a building or vehicle) with air conditioning:

    • we air-condition buildings so much that you need a coat in summer

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    • n. a medical condition existing at a time when new insurance is applied for. Typically the cost of its treatment is not covered by the insurance.

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    • ph. in a fit physical state

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    • ph. in a fit physical state

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    • IPA[kənˈdiSH(ə)n]

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    • n.
      the state of something with regard to its appearance, quality, or working order:
    • the wiring is in good condition

      the bridge is in an extremely dangerous condition

    • v.
      have a significant influence on or determine (the manner or outcome of something):
    • national choices are conditioned by the international political economy

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  2. 知識+

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