How to use Conditions in a sentence as a noun

They are conditional, and you need to live up to whatever the conditions may be in any given relationship.

I'm talking the actual conditions of the prisons in the US as labeled by organizations like Amnesty International.

This would lead to...2a. Either moderators endorsing multiple such comments, due to race conditions and stale views during moderation, or2b.

There is a lot of equipment needed to correctly wash a car in diverse weather conditions.

On balance, it is aimed at promoting more effective capital formation by loosening otherwise strict SEC rules when new conditions warrant.

Not because of the legal costs, but because:- it's disruptive to the business - your whole life becomes dealing with due diligence, not to mention the stress level- it gives the acquirer the chance to rethink their decision or consider another route- business conditions could change - your biggest competitor goes up for sale at a bargain basement priceSo, in the end, you're not optimizing for cost, and prepping for DD is definitely not worth doing pre-product or at the expense of building your business.

The ground conditions in Seattle require that the machine be able to control the rate of excavation at all times such that a large sink hole does not form due to uncontrolled loss of ground.

There are all kinds of startup ventures that never manage to bring their development efforts to completion because of unforeseen technical issues, bad market conditions, lack of funds, and all sorts of other reasons having nothing to do with fraud or other actionable wrongdoing.

* No clear route identification or plan* The didn't dig a snow pit to assess avalanche conditions on the ***** they were about to hit - my personal number 1* Multiple people dropped in at once - the biggest no-no of all!

My parents were immigrants who grew up in conditions of squalor.

We're seeing astonishing results with dietary remediation of a vast array of conditions that were previously considered unrelated.

Conditions definitions

noun

the prevailing context that influences the performance or the outcome of a process; "there were wide variations in the conditions of observation"

noun

the set of circumstances that affect someone's welfare; "hazardous working conditions"; "harsh living conditions"

noun

the atmospheric conditions that comprise the state of the atmosphere in terms of temperature and wind and clouds and precipitation; "they were hoping for good weather"; "every day we have weather conditions and yesterday was no exception"; "the conditions were too rainy for playing in the snow"

See also: weather