Translation of condition in Spanish:

condition

condición, n.

Pronunciation: /kənˈdɪʃ(ə)n//kənˈdɪʃ(ə)n/

noun

  • 1

    (stipulation, requirement)
    condición feminine
    conditions of sale (feminine plural) condiciones de venta
    • 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
    • on condition that ... a condición de que ...
    • The payment required by this section is taken to be a condition of every aquaculture permit.
    • Mr Johnson recommends that a condition of acceptance is that windows and doors must be kept shut to minimise noise.
    • As a condition of her bail she must return to a London police station on April 4.
    • As regards the second condition, peaceful relations have indeed developed among the consolidated democracies of the West.
    • 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.
    • I have argued that participatory democracy is an element and condition of social justice.
    • As a condition of the licence, both the adult and child must order a meal.
    • It was he who suggested that they have a child - in fact he demanded it as a condition of staying with her.
    • But a condition of the package is the 89 islanders must repay £1m to the Land Fund within two years.
    • A condition of entry is that the beef must meet all EU veterinary and hygiene standards.
    • 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.
    • A condition of the money is that the actors encourage participation in the wider community.
    • 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.
    • 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.
    • With regard to the second condition, the ruling elite has severe reservations regarding Merkel.
    • 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.
    • The same condition has not been regarded as necessary when the initiative is taken by a State.
    • 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.
    • The bail out comes with conditions relating to restructuring and rationalisation and follows two reports on the theatre.
  • 2

    • 2.1(state)

      estado masculine
      (feminine plural) condiciones
      in good/poor condition en buen/mal estado
      • to be in no condition to + inf no estar en condiciones de + inf
      • he wasn't in any condition to travel no estaba en condiciones de viajar
      • her condition is stable su estado es estacionario
      • the human condition la condición humana
      • Less than two percent of the Chapman and Greenough river foreshores are regarded as in excellent condition.
      • Cosmetics are products designed to improve the appearance and condition of the body.
      • Other authorial alterations were not due to censorship but to changes in time, space, or other conditions of performance.
      • Ideally we would want to replicate the in vivo conditions and mimic the outcome of nuclear division in vivo.
      • In the market conditions which now prevail, you can choose your supplier.
      • We know neither the conditions then nor the processes by which life ignited.
      • He cannot let external conditions exert influence upon the results of his thinking.
      • Subsequent inspection by another garage well versed in Minis revealed that the car was in extremely dangerous condition.
      • But they also feel the present road condition could be dangerous at times.
      • Once we understand these issues, then we can try to set the conditions for a reversal process.
      • The sector performed well, despite tough trading conditions in key markets.
      • Since the aircraft is being built to airworthy condition, the best quality materials are being used.
      • In this manner, we launched the process of creating the conditions for a true free market.
      • Thankfully, our chosen casks were in good condition so we ordered fresh samples for our final selection to be forwarded to Kendal.
      • Present market conditions are more favorable now than they have been for a long time.
      • Samples were stored in reduced media and anaerobic conditions until further processing.
      • Most of the quality traits show a continuous variation, strongly influenced by environmental conditions.
      • It boasts numerous rare and unique examples of the highest quality in exceptional condition.
      • In only 12 states can teacher pay vary at all based on performance or marketplace conditions.
      • However, he then came to think about the poor quality and condition of his people's clothing back home in Korea.
      • Can we hope to find a mathematical model (in other words a stochastic process) satisfying these conditions?
      • This Monday, an ice storm once again left the university parking lots in extremely unsafe and dangerous condition.
      • A topping height of 6 cm will leave paddocks in good condition to produce quality grass for subsequent rotations.
      • It is clearly unsafe and in a very dangerous condition.
      • Finally, rate how well the ceilings have been able to retain their appearance and condition.
      • With this larger sample, it would be possible to take into account the influence of local conditions over cultural factors.
      • This property is most likely to appeal to golfing enthusiasts looking for a modern, high quality home in walk-in condition.
      • The Holy Trinity Church is one of the West's architectural treasures but the cost of maintaining it in such condition is extremely high.
      • There are few comprehensive explorations of their performance under actual field conditions.
      • Environmental conditions may present risk factors whether inside or outdoors.
      • 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.
      • This less-than-desirable condition indirectly impacts air quality and energy costs.
      • For the private sector employer, the ability to vary the cost base to market conditions and company performance is vital.
      • The yacht is powered by two 675 hp diesel engines, fully equipped with high quality furnishings in top condition.
      • That care shows most in the quality and condition of the Czech cars on display.
      • It then addresses the processes and geochemical conditions at the time of deposition that controlled the observed isotopic signal.
      • In addition to smell, sneakers are judged on appearance and overall condition.
      • These items were in good working order and condition; they are now completely defunct.
      • The influence of different conditions during the combustion process was investigated by altering the speed and load of the test engine.
      • Under some conditions, path dependent processes can lead to outcomes that are inefficient.

    • 2.2(state of fitness)

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

    • 2.3Medicine

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

  • 3conditions pl

    • 3.1(circumstances)

      (feminine plural) condiciones
      working/living/housing conditions condiciones de trabajo/vida/vivienda
      • It's not part of our national consciousness - the conditions under which people live in Iraq, Rwanda, Paraguay.
      • 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.
      • 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 was also aimed at revealing the poor conditions under which people lived in the province.
      • A proper sense of proportion requires us to have regard to the conditions in which hospitals and doctors have to work.
      • Most of these captive elephants live in dirty conditions and suffer from poor treatment and callous management.
      • This time, the floods had hit families living under better socio-economic conditions.
      • The bigger concern is living bodies, people living in unsanitary conditions.
      • Although we were living in poor conditions, we were all so happy.
      • With respect to refugees, we accept that many have had to live in extreme conditions.
      • She is living with them in conditions of domestic comfort but emotional torpor in White Point, a fishing community north of Perth.
      • Migrant labor populations live in poor economic conditions, compared to native residents.
      • However, Benin is improving the health and living conditions of its people.
      • 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.
      • Is society not responsible for the conditions in which people live?
      • 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.
      • Workers and their families continued living in wretched conditions in the shadows of the buildings they had made.
      • Soldiers make low salaries and in many cases live in quite poor conditions.

    • 3.2(circumstances)

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


transitive verb

  • 1

    (influence, determine)
    condicionar
    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
  • 2

    (make healthy)
    (hair) acondicionar
    (muscles) tonificar
    (athlete) poner en forma
    (athlete) preparar