Third-person singular simple present indicative form of condition. (verb)
Examples of word conditions
â€¢ Djokovic beats Frenchman 7-6, 6-1, 6-2 in windy conditionsâ€¢ Serb into semi-finals after match in 'worst conditions so far'
Certain conditions and preconditions can be equally precise -- we shall only speak French during our negotiations, each party shall have jars of jellybeans in arm's reach -- but where _conditions_ apply generally to all such negotiations, _preconditions_ are incorporated into the specific terms of that specific agreement.
A change of conditions occurs which threatens the existence of the species, but the _two varieties_ are adapted to the changing conditions, and, if accumulated, will form two new _species adapted to the new conditions_.
These conditions of temperature and pressure are known as the _standard conditions_, and when the volume of a gas is given it is understood that the measurement was made under these conditions, unless it is expressly stated otherwise.
There must therefore be an intrinsic connection between the conditions and the structural adaptations of the organism, and, _since the conditions of life cannot be determined by the animal itself, the adaptations must be called forth by the conditions_.