In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1(provisional)(acceptance/agreement) condicional(acceptance/agreement) con condicionesto be conditional on / upon sth — estar condicionado / supeditado a algo
- she made the offer conditional on their accepting certain changes — hizo la oferta con / bajo la condición de que aceptaran ciertos cambios
- Mr. Hood said at the time the consortium made their bid too late and it was a conditional offer.
- But this support is clearly conditional and tenuous, even if that's never explicitly stated by either party.
- The healthcare professional, who has been offered a conditional post, will begin working in the county from January 2005.
- It was agreed by the meeting for the clerk to proceed with the conditional offer made to rent the Pound for a period of two years with the proviso that the old tin shed could be removed.
- When asked about his views on the canal he declined even conditional support, listing numerous hurdles required to be overcome before approval would be considered for federal funding.
- Months of hard work and dedication paid off when literature lover Jane, 37, was given a conditional offer to study English at Harris Manchester College, which caters for mature students.
- Those offenders will be offered conditional cautions in future, meaning they will escape prosecution but must agree to co-operate with rehabilitation projects.
- This conditional offer became known as ‘the pocket,’ as it was placed in Warren Christopher's pocket.
- She had a conditional offer from art school but deliberately sabotaged her exams.
- Richmond council recently gave its conditional support to a soil treatment project in our city.
- It may be permitted subject to a conditional use permit (meaning you have to meet certain additional criteria before you build or remodel), or it may not be allowed at all.
- On the other hand, with the organic view of self, the transformational leader puts more value on interdependence, conditional autonomy and meeting social obligations toward others.
- These conditional drug company offers have angered AIDS groups.
- The council has given conditional support to a referendum, but has expressed concern over a number of issues.
- Essex County Council, which owns the building, has given a conditional offer of financial help, worth about £90,000, to the campaigners.
- Legal sources have expressed mixed views over the true meaning of the company's conditional offer to meet future claims, with some on the union side now extremely sceptical.
- He also offered conditional support to the June summit.
- A further 20 students have received conditional offers.
- It said that ‘crucially’ students with underestimated grades did ‘not receive the conditional offers that they merit’.
- Although only aged 12 and 13, the children will receive conditional offers of university places in the city which are dependent on their subsequent academic performance.
- Somehow that conditional clause seemed to drop away from most of the press reports.
- Marriage vows don't include a conditional fulfillment clause.
- As indicated above, this is an argument with conditional clauses all of which are debatable.
- And she puts it in a conditional clause, which makes a difference.
- God's promise of the Land of Israel to the Jews has its unconditional clause and its conditional clause.
1the conditional — el condicional / potencial
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