English to Welsh Meaning :: condition

cyflwr, amod, gyflwr, chyflwr, amodau, ansawdd, nghyflwr, hamod, hamodau, hansawddcyflyru, chyflyru, gyflyru, nghyflyrucyflyrasai, cyflyro, cyflyrasoch, cyflyrasit, cyflyrasid, cyflyrasent, cyflyrasem, cyflyrasech, cyflyrasant, cyflyraswn, cyflyrant, cyflyran, cyflyraist, cyflyrais, cyflyrai, cyflyraf, cyflyra’, chyflyraist, cyflyrech, cyflyred, cyflyrem, cyflyren, cyflyrent, cyflyrer, cyflyres, cyflyrest, cyflyret, cyflyri, cyflyrid, cyflyriff, cyflyrir, cyflyrith, cyflyrasom, cyflyra, cyflyroch, cyflyrodd, cyflyrom, cyflyron, cyflyront, cyflyrwch, cyflyrwn, cyflyrwyd, cyflyrwyf, cyflyrych, chyflyra, chyflyra’, chyflyraf, chyflyrai, chyflyrais, gyflyrasent, chyflyran, chyflyrant, chyflyrasai, chyflyrasant, chyflyrasech, chyflyrasem, chyflyrasent, chyflyrasid, chyflyrasit, chyflyrasoch, chyflyrasom, chyflyraswn, chyflyrech, chyflyred, chyflyrem, gyflyrasech, chyflyrer, chyflyres, chyflyrest, chyflyret, chyflyri, chyflyrid, chyflyriff, chyflyrir, chyflyrith, chyflyro, chyflyroch, chyflyrodd, chyflyrom, chyflyron, gyflyrasem, chyflyrent, gyflyrasant, gyflyrasai, gyflyrant, gyflyran, gyflyraist, gyflyrais, chyflyront, gyflyraf, gyflyra’, gyflyra, chyflyrych, chyflyrwyf, chyflyrwyd, chyflyrwn, chyflyrwch, gyflyrid, gyflyrasid, gyflyrasit, gyflyrasoch, gyflyrasom, gyflyraswn, gyflyrech, gyflyred, gyflyrem, gyflyren, gyflyrent, gyflyrer, gyflyres, gyflyrest, gyflyret, chyflyren, gyflyrai, gyflyriff, gyflyrir, gyflyrith, gyflyro, gyflyroch, gyflyrodd, gyflyrom, gyflyron, gyflyront, gyflyrwch, gyflyrwn, gyflyrwyd, gyflyrwyf, gyflyrych, gyflyri
Condition :
- cyflwrgyflyrucyflyryddcyflyruamodau

Show English Meaning

Noun(1) a state at a particular time, or state(2) an assumption on which rests the validity or effect of something else(3) a mode of being or form of existence of a person or thing(4) information that should be kept in mind when making a decision(5) the state of (good, especially in the phrases `in condition' or `in shape' or `out of condition' or `out of shape'(6) an illness, disease, or other medical problem(7) (usually plural(8) the procedure that is varied in order to estimate a variable's effect by comparison with a control condition
Verb(1) establish a conditioned response(2) develop (a child's or animal's(3) specify as a condition or requirement in a contract or agreement; make an express demand or provision in an agreement(4) put into a better state(5) apply conditioner to in order to make smooth and shiny

Show Examples

(1) the condition of women in these camps is a shame(2) Severe haemorrhage, if untreated, is a very dangerous condition .(3) brews that are allowed to condition in the bottle(4) Anorexia is a very dangerous condition - the ultimate survival rate is quite low.(5) The payment required by this section is taken to be a condition of every aquaculture permit.(6) What is important is their political and social condition and their status as Indian citizens.(7) I suffer from obstructive sleep apnoea, a most distressing and dangerous condition which dictates my life completely.(8) you're in no condition to drive(9) A new-and-improved formula has the added benefit of jojoba and wheat protein to condition hair as it colors.(10) Psychology addresses this situation by attempting to address the human condition .(11) In particular, this study has shown that social factors condition individuals' economic conduct.(12) It boasts numerous rare and unique examples of the highest quality in exceptional condition .(13) That care shows most in the quality and condition of the Czech cars on display.(14) all personnel should comply with this policy as a condition of employment(15) condition your hair(16) Cosmetics are products designed to improve the appearance and condition of the body.
Related Words
1. state ::
3. fitness ::
4. disorder ::
5. stipulation ::
6. status ::
7. precondition ::
8. circumstance ::
9. shape ::
10. term ::
11. constrain ::
12. train ::
13. treat ::
14. improve ::
15. discipline ::
16. qualify ::
yn gymwys
1. health ::
Different Forms
condition, conditioned, conditioner, conditioners, conditioning, conditions
Word Example from TV Shows

The best way to learn proper English is to read news report, and watch news on TV. Watching TV shows is a great way to learn casual English, slang words, understand culture reference and humor. If you have already watched these shows then you may recall the words used in the following dialogs.

She\'s alive, but she\'s
still in critical condition.

She's alive, but she's still in critical CONDITION.

The Big Bang Theory Season 7, Episode 19

It\'s a tragic
human condition.

It's a tragic human CONDITION.

The Big Bang Theory Season 5, Episode 6

Yeah, and maintain a constant condition
of properties like temperature or pH.

Yeah, and maintain a constant CONDITION of properties like temperature or pH.

The Big Bang Theory Season 6, Episode 2

Don\'t worry, their health is\\Nin perfect condition, of course.\0

Don't worry, their health is
in perfect CONDITION, of course.

Money Heist Season 3, Episode 6

There is one further condition.

There is one further CONDITION.

Vikings Season 1, Episode 7

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