- accept (behaviour that is considered morally wrong or offensive)；approve or sanction (something), especially with reluctance
verb: condone, 3rd person present: condones, gerund or present participle: condoning, past tense: condoned, past participle: condoned
- 1. accept (behaviour that is considered morally wrong or offensive):
the college cannot condone any behaviour that involves illicit drugs
- 2. approve or sanction (something), especially with reluctance:
those arrested were released and the exhibition was officially condoned a few weeks later
...the villains of the story and their evil ways are not condoned. Pirates are, as Jim says, "some of the wickedest...
...information. For that reason if there are any wrong information or data hope you can condone!! By the way please do us a favour to give the department notice...
... by courts as against public policy (courts should not condone the manufacture and distribution of defective products) and typically warranties...