Traducción de condition en Español:


condición, n.

Pronunciación /kənˈdɪʃ(ə)n//kənˈdɪʃ(ə)n/


  • 1

    (stipulation, requirement)
    condición femenino
    conditions of sale condiciones de venta femenino
    • under the conditions of the contract bajo las condiciones del contrato
    • she made it a condition that … puso como condición que …
    • on one condition con una condición
    • A condition of entry is that the beef must meet all EU veterinary and hygiene standards.
    • Safety will be high on the agenda this year and all anglers will be required as a condition of entry to wear a life jacket.
    • The same condition has not been regarded as necessary when the initiative is taken by a State.
    • I have argued that participatory democracy is an element and condition of social justice.
    • The payment required by this section is taken to be a condition of every aquaculture permit.
    • As regards the second condition, peaceful relations have indeed developed among the consolidated democracies of the West.
    • As a condition of her bail she must return to a London police station on April 4.
    • A condition of the money is that the actors encourage participation in the wider community.
    • He added that the smells could be got up to three miles away and there was no doubt the company had breached the conditions with regard to smell.
    • After an initial spell at a university, I was required, as a condition of the fellowship, to visit at least three of America's larger regions.
    • The bail out comes with conditions relating to restructuring and rationalisation and follows two reports on the theatre.
    • They then agree to allow the surviving parent to live there - which must not be a condition of the will.
    • Agent causation, it may be argued, is a condition of the possibility of morally responsible agency.
    • All three face being struck off if they are found guilty of running the practice in order to circumvent conditions imposed by the Law Society.
    • It was he who suggested that they have a child - in fact he demanded it as a condition of staying with her.
    • Mr Johnson recommends that a condition of acceptance is that windows and doors must be kept shut to minimise noise.
    • They were given no ownership of the concept and took no real part in the process that decided the conditions and clauses in the bill.
    • But a condition of the package is the 89 islanders must repay £1m to the Land Fund within two years.
    • With regard to the second condition, the ruling elite has severe reservations regarding Merkel.
    • As a condition of the licence, both the adult and child must order a meal.
  • 2

    • 2.1(state)

      estado masculino
      condiciones femenino
      in good/poor condition en buenas/malas condiciones
      • her condition is stable su estado es estacionario
      • the human condition la condición humana
      • In addition to smell, sneakers are judged on appearance and overall condition.
      • Thankfully, our chosen casks were in good condition so we ordered fresh samples for our final selection to be forwarded to Kendal.
      • He cannot let external conditions exert influence upon the results of his thinking.
      • It is clearly unsafe and in a very dangerous condition.
      • Ideally we would want to replicate the in vivo conditions and mimic the outcome of nuclear division in vivo.
      • Since the aircraft is being built to airworthy condition, the best quality materials are being used.
      • Once we understand these issues, then we can try to set the conditions for a reversal process.
      • It boasts numerous rare and unique examples of the highest quality in exceptional condition.
      • In the market conditions which now prevail, you can choose your supplier.
      • The influence of different conditions during the combustion process was investigated by altering the speed and load of the test engine.
      • Can we hope to find a mathematical model (in other words a stochastic process) satisfying these conditions?
      • A topping height of 6 cm will leave paddocks in good condition to produce quality grass for subsequent rotations.
      • For the private sector employer, the ability to vary the cost base to market conditions and company performance is vital.
      • Subsequent inspection by another garage well versed in Minis revealed that the car was in extremely dangerous condition.
      • However, he then came to think about the poor quality and condition of his people's clothing back home in Korea.
      • These items were in good working order and condition; they are now completely defunct.
      • The yacht is powered by two 675 hp diesel engines, fully equipped with high quality furnishings in top condition.
      • Finally, rate how well the ceilings have been able to retain their appearance and condition.
      • Less than two percent of the Chapman and Greenough river foreshores are regarded as in excellent condition.
      • This Monday, an ice storm once again left the university parking lots in extremely unsafe and dangerous condition.
      • This property is most likely to appeal to golfing enthusiasts looking for a modern, high quality home in walk-in condition.
      • It then addresses the processes and geochemical conditions at the time of deposition that controlled the observed isotopic signal.
      • But they also feel the present road condition could be dangerous at times.
      • That care shows most in the quality and condition of the Czech cars on display.
      • In only 12 states can teacher pay vary at all based on performance or marketplace conditions.
      • Cosmetics are products designed to improve the appearance and condition of the body.
      • This less-than-desirable condition indirectly impacts air quality and energy costs.
      • Environmental conditions may present risk factors whether inside or outdoors.
      • Samples were stored in reduced media and anaerobic conditions until further processing.
      • The Holy Trinity Church is one of the West's architectural treasures but the cost of maintaining it in such condition is extremely high.
      • Sections of the footpaths are in an extremely dangerous condition, and all the more so given that it is our old folk who use them most.
      • Present market conditions are more favorable now than they have been for a long time.
      • Most of the quality traits show a continuous variation, strongly influenced by environmental conditions.
      • The sector performed well, despite tough trading conditions in key markets.
      • There are few comprehensive explorations of their performance under actual field conditions.
      • We know neither the conditions then nor the processes by which life ignited.
      • With this larger sample, it would be possible to take into account the influence of local conditions over cultural factors.
      • Other authorial alterations were not due to censorship but to changes in time, space, or other conditions of performance.
      • Under some conditions, path dependent processes can lead to outcomes that are inefficient.
      • In this manner, we launched the process of creating the conditions for a true free market.

    • 2.2(state of fitness)

      to be in/out of condition estar/no estar en forma

    • 2.3Medicina

      afección femenino formal
      enfermedad femenino
      a rare medical condition una afección poco común formal
      • a heart/liver condition una afección cardíaca/hepática
      • Self-injurious behaviour is an extremely difficult and distressing condition for staff to manage.
      • It is a potentially dangerous condition, as it can cause severe internal bleeding.
      • This condition appears in close to one per cent of the population.
      • In order to diagnose this condition, I am going to have to make a lot of assumptions based on e-mail.
      • It is good for such boys to measure themselves with their equals in age, of a humbler condition in life.
      • Doctors considered he had already lived longer than expected with his condition but his health was deteriorating all the time.
      • Severe haemorrhage, if untreated, is a very dangerous condition.
      • Anorexia is a very dangerous condition - the ultimate survival rate is quite low.
      • The most dangerous thing about this condition is that it is so contagious.
      • When symptoms return, this is regarded as another condition for which yet another treatment must be found.
      • I suffer from obstructive sleep apnoea, a most distressing and dangerous condition which dictates my life completely.
      • The mortality appears high when this condition occurs at the extremes of age.
      • The patient had rheumatoid arthritis, a condition associated with pyoderma gangrenosum.
      • Although this is an extremely difficult condition to live with, Eloise was in high spirits throughout the trip.
      • In order to treat this condition, you will need to visit the vet.
      • Born in December 1864, in Fère-en-Tardenois, France, Camille grew up in a family of humble condition.
      • Obesity is a dangerous and highly prevalent condition in the United States.
      • A higher seat and shorter crank are usually what the doctor orders for this condition.
      • Altering a gene in order to treat one condition may leave the patient vulnerable to other problems.
      • Little Stephen has been diagnosed with chronic bronchialitis, a serious asthmatic condition.
      • An accurate diagnosis of this condition is mandatory in order to avoid unnecessary treatments.
      • The condition was detected extremely quickly, and the club and Lisbie thanked the nursing staff who cared for the player.

  • 3conditions plural

    • 3.1(circumstances)

      condiciones femenino
      working/living/housing conditions condiciones de trabajo/vida/vivienda
      • Most of them have little education and live in poor economic conditions.
      • Difficult social and economic conditions are not regarded as grounds for granting asylum, Ask said.
      • It was also aimed at revealing the poor conditions under which people lived in the province.
      • She is living with them in conditions of domestic comfort but emotional torpor in White Point, a fishing community north of Perth.
      • With respect to refugees, we accept that many have had to live in extreme conditions.
      • Workers and their families continued living in wretched conditions in the shadows of the buildings they had made.
      • Migrant labor populations live in poor economic conditions, compared to native residents.
      • We still have much more to do, as too many are still living in poor conditions denied the opportunities that many of the rest of us have.
      • It's not part of our national consciousness - the conditions under which people live in Iraq, Rwanda, Paraguay.
      • The bigger concern is living bodies, people living in unsanitary conditions.
      • Most of these captive elephants live in dirty conditions and suffer from poor treatment and callous management.
      • Soldiers make low salaries and in many cases live in quite poor conditions.
      • A proper sense of proportion requires us to have regard to the conditions in which hospitals and doctors have to work.
      • We would not have to do so if we didn't have so many people who have no pride or concern for the conditions in which they live.
      • This time, the floods had hit families living under better socio-economic conditions.
      • Is society not responsible for the conditions in which people live?
      • It was further agreed that no person is expected to continue living in conditions unfit for human habitation.
      • This can be attributed to the changing living conditions of the people.
      • However, Benin is improving the health and living conditions of its people.
      • Although we were living in poor conditions, we were all so happy.

    • 3.2

      weather conditions are good el estado del tiempo es bueno
      • This is because of the North's cooler climactic conditions and past Islamic influence.
      • This was back in the days when aircraft were much more susceptible to being grounded due to weather conditions.
      • The weather conditions had grounded the air ambulance usually used for the transfer.
      • Work in this area was originally postponed due to poor ground conditions and inclement weather.
      • The weather conditions were not particularly good, but it was a really enjoyable day.
      • These occur naturally, particularly when weather conditions are wet and warm.
      • The conditions had a major influence on this game with a strong, gusting wind blowing up the field, bringing with it freezing showers of rain and hail.
      • Pleasant weather conditions should prevail from Sunday to next Thursday.
      • The heat wave weather conditions of the weekend added to the enjoyment of the occasion.
      • In the event of unkind weather conditions, the show will be moved indoors.
      • However, the speed of walking and underfoot conditions would preclude certain outcomes.
      • Again, the advance was halted because of the appalling conditions on the ground.
      • Weather conditions, ground conditions, selection policies, and match fixes are too innumerable to measure or adjust for.
      • This is a very important feature, particularly under severe weather conditions.
      • This was a tremendous achievement for Seamus, as the weather conditions were appalling.
      • Terrain and unpredictable weather conditions affect communications at high altitudes.
      • Their success was built on an excellent defensive performance in blustery conditions.
      • Annual variability in weather conditions may also affect timing of surveys.
      • The reactions of vines and grapes to seasonal conditions or weather events can also differ widely according to soil type within an area.
      • The ceremony was witnessed by about a hundred people, in atrocious weather conditions, but the event still went off well.

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  • 1

    (influence, determine)
    to condition sb to + inf condicionar a algn a + inf
    • society conditions people to accept certain conventions la sociedad condiciona a la gente a aceptar ciertas convenciones
    • our culture has conditioned us to be competitive nuestra cultura nos ha programado para la competencia
    • conditioned reflex / response reflejo condicionado
    • On the contrary, the inevitability of economic conflicts conditions the existence of arms.
    • As the result makes clear, democratic peace, if it exists, is conditioned by economic development.
    • Child poverty levels are also affected by economic changes that condition the job security and income levels of their guardians.
    • We will always have to acknowledge that the natural self, and the human passions, are shaped and conditioned by forces of culture, learning, and history.
    • It's almost like listening to a lighthouse keeper who's conditioned to pause every five seconds, whether the foghorn's on or not.
    • In particular, this study has shown that social factors condition individuals' economic conduct.
    • In this network, the behaviour of each is heavily conditioned by the behaviour of others.
    • But I would also say there is a pleasure in self-display that should be shared with those men and boys who have been conditioned into thinking that the only gratification and power is in looking.
    • The Kaisers were also tired of being conditioned to accept everyone else's values, and when their pursuit of fame turned on them and failed them, they were sick of that too.
    • It is this subtle consciousness, conditioned by all of our previous karma, that exits the body at death and carries along with it our entire karmic history.
    • It is simply that, although human beings are conditioned by social circumstances into behaving in atrocious ways, those circumstances must have something to operate on.
    • But there is now a narrative of the left… which sees in the US an imperial predator whose actions - all actions - are conditioned by this aspect of its being.
    • Gelbard's call for civilian control over the Indonesian military is also conditioned by longer-term economic considerations.
    • So I think that the judgement as to what is a legitimate religion is always value-laden and conditioned by our social and cultural values.
    • Both boys and girls were being conditioned into adopting this stereotyped image of men and women and this indirectly affected their personalities, the study has pointed out.
    • It was that I had been conditioned into making a grab for a seat, by watching everyone else do the same thing and deciding to copy them.
    • Mr Noon is right - we, the public, looking back, have been conditioned to have only one reaction: ‘What's the point of objecting!’
    • That effect may be conditioned on the influence of outside factors and participant attributes and may change over time.
    • I had to actually ask what that meant in terms of the APR and in two cases they even had to go and look it up because they've been so conditioned into only revealing the monthly figure.
    • The audience has been actively conditioned into being receptive.
    • Individual diet is also strongly conditioned by local economic conditions.
    • But insofar as the development of capitalism has been decisively conditioned by the simultaneous deployment of the project of social and individual autonomy, modernity is finished.
    • We have forgotten the supreme controller as we have been conditioned to accept the material world as containing everything that we need.
    • If stepping back is possible, then rationality and thought are not entirely conditioned by language and circumstance.
    • How to distinguish the accidental from the fixed, given that the fixed cannot enter into the world without covering itself in some form, which is itself conditioned by the concrete circumstances?
    • They are beliefs which he has been conditioned to accept.
    • The relations between the revelation to Muhammad and the earlier revelations are thus conditioned by the ongoing, looming presence of God and by the nature of the revelation to Muhammad.
    • The supposed privacy and sanctity of the home are very relative concepts, whose application is heavily conditioned by racial and economic status.
    • This freeplay of subjects has been conditioned by his internalisation through years of experimenting with them.
    • Marriage, likewise, is conditioned by the values and sensibilities of the social context.
    • We've been conditioned to accept discrimination because for a long time we believed we were what the majority said we were: defective.
    • The gods were derived from the world of nature for the simple reason that life in Mesopotamia was controlled or conditioned by the seasons.
    • As a result of our meat-centred culture, we have been conditioned to think that a meal is necessarily the meat that is included.
    • Politics here is completely conditioned by an armed band that wants to impose its criteria through extortion and killing.
    • We have become conditioned into being, behaving, reacting to any situation in a certain way, and we perpetuate this conditioning by the way we think.
    • The bottom line is that we are all being fleeced and are being conditioned to accept less and less every year and pay more for it.
    • Al Qaeda's preference for huge statements, for bold acts of extreme violence in place of a long term incremental strategy, appeals to the expectations of a society which is conditioned by the same global imagery as the west.
    • In contrast, the approach of Tehran's realists is conditioned by the requirements of the nation-state and its demands for stability.
    • Why is it that New Zealanders condition themselves to accept 4 percent growth?
    • And I think that is conditioned by the winter approach and by Ramadan.
  • 2

    (make healthy)
    (hair) acondicionar
    (muscles) tonificar
    (athlete) poner en forma
    (athlete) preparar
    • Keep doing this with the express intent of conditioning yourself.
    • Good quality gels will also moisturize and condition your hair for many days.
    • Julio Franco, 45, still is playing because he is superbly conditioned.
    • The horse is conditioned by trainer Sid Attard and owned by Tucci Stables and Lucio Tucci.
    • I don't pause to think and realize that I haven't even shampooed or conditioned my hair yet.
    • Laffit is conditioned by trainer Frank Olivares.
    • I quickly got to my feet and proceeded to shampoo and condition my hair and then soap my body.
    • By the time his memory was finished, Sam's hair was conditioned and rinsed thoroughly.
    • The horse, who is conditioned by trainer Tommy Stack, covered one mile over a firm course in 1: 34.99.
    • In a regime devised by his friend and conditioning trainer, ex-paratrooper Owen Lennon, Harrison dons a Bergen rucksack with 30 lb weight in it.
    • The strength / conditioning sessions are continuing on Saturdays 12-1pm in Carlow TC.
    • After washing and conditioning your hair, comb it from the crown to the ends and let it air-dry.
    • Or if you tell them to do so, do you follow up to be sure they are staying conditioned?
    • She quickly conditioned her hair and hopped out of the shower.
    • After shampooing and conditioning, the model sat under the dryer until her hair was 90-percent dry, and then I finished it with a blow-dryer.
    • Natural and relaxed hair should be conditioned every time you wash.
    • Combined fat-burning/body conditioning classes have commenced since September 9th at the Anchor night club, Belmullet.
    • Its four-part conditioning system gives hair a smooth, silky finish.
    • A circuits and body conditioning class will be held upstairs in The CBD Sports Complex, starting on Thursday March 3rd from 8 to 9pm.
    • Always apply as much hair conditioning protection as possible.
    • A weights and conditioning expert who has previously worked extensively with rugby teams was introduced, and an intensive weights programme provided for those needing it.
    • She had conditioned her mousy blond hair so that it was shiny and soft.
    • A new-and-improved formula has the added benefit of jojoba and wheat protein to condition hair as it colors.
    • Gabrielle quickly shampooed and conditioned her hair and scrubbed her entire body with some shower gel she hadn't bothered to read.
    • Be sure to keep your hair well moisturized and conditioned to counter the sun's damaging effects.
    • He was previously conditioned by Ken McPeek, who saddled him to his victory in the Belmont Stakes along with his win in the 2002 Sir Barton Stakes.
    • In addition, chemical processes were used to tint, wave, curl, straighten, and condition the hair.
    • An aerobic and body conditioning classes are held on Wednesday nights at 8 p.m. in the D.D.A.I. Centre in Ballindine.
    • The bigger players will probably do two strength and two conditioning sessions a week in the gym… some blokes have to put it on and others take it off.
    • Are off-season conditioning programs and individual training regimens preventing injuries or contributing to them?
    • Bigfish Shampoo is also enriched with panthenol to nourish, moisturize and condition your hair.
    • If I take a shower, the hair is washed and conditioned.
    • Fortunately, common sense has prevailed and a number of the international players who had been pulled out of pre-season action for a strength and conditioning programme will be released back to their clubs in time.
    • I washed my hair with green apple shampoo and conditioned my hair.
    • One print ad underscores the company's strategy of focusing on the end-result the product renders: silky, conditioned, luxurious hair.
    • Bouts can take a very long time and if you're not conditioned you will struggle.
    • This horse, conditioned by trainer Jerry Atkin, completed the trip over a slow track in 1: 13.28.
    • Their Pilates conditioning studio will also be open soon.
    • He took a shower (shampooing and conditioning his hair), brushed his teeth, brushed his hair, and put on clothes that he made sure matched.
    • Aerobics and body conditioning classes are being held in Tolerton Hall each Monday night from 8-9pm.