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There is not one conditional sentence in the whole prayer. Christianity Today (2000)He was found guilty of animal cruelty and given a conditional discharge for six months. The Sun (2010)Three of the suspended schemes had received conditional approval from his predecessor. Times, Sunday Times (2010)But they then granted him conditional bail. The Sun (2008)The court is likely to give conditional approval for the deal. Times, Sunday Times (2011)The bank added that the bid was conditional on regulatory approval. Times, Sunday Times (2007)They invariably form part of the conditional offer in mathematics and may also be used for engineering and natural sciences. Times, Sunday Times (2013)The planned changes would enable universities to make offers based on results rather than conditional offers based on predicted grades. Times, Sunday Times (2011)He was released on conditional bail. Times, Sunday Times (2007)Both were remanded on conditional bail. The Sun (2015)More applicants who missed a conditional offer by one grade were likely to be accepted by universities as competition for recruitment intensified. Times, Sunday Times (2014)The claimants' solicitors had been instructed under conditional fee agreements. Times, Sunday Times (2011)The conditional sale is common practice in Europe. Principles of Corporate Finance (1991)Increasingly, public law claims are done by conditional fee agreement. Times, Sunday Times (2015)He did a deal with the judges, who gave him a conditional sentence of eighteen months. Calcio: A History of Italian Football (2006)Some of last week's rioters were dismissed with a warning or a conditional discharge. Times, Sunday Times (2011) A conditional sentence is a sentence in which one thing depends on another. Times, Sunday Times (2014)As the legal team did the case on a conditional fee agreement, there was added risk for all concerned. Times, Sunday Times (2006)Let's make that a conditional. Times, Sunday Times (2010)They allowed conditional fee arrangements. Times, Sunday Times (2010)It has been damaging to the campaign to make Nato solidarity conditional in some way according to how much members have put into the defence kitty. Times, Sunday Times (2016)The sale is conditional on planning consent and on London Square securing a change of use from a care home to residential. Times, Sunday Times (2013)
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Translations for 'conditional'
British English: conditional /kənˈdɪʃənl/ ADJECTIVE
If a situation or agreement is conditional on something, it will only happen if this thing happens.
The deal is conditional on agreement from publishers.
- American English: conditional
- Arabic: مَشْرُوط
- Brazilian Portuguese: condicional
- Chinese: 有条件的
- Croatian: uvjetan
- Czech: podmíněný
- Danish: betinget
- Dutch: voorwaardelijk
- European Spanish: condicional
- Finnish: ehdollinen
- French: conditionnel
- German: vorbehaltlich
- Greek: εξαρτώμενος
- Italian: condizionale ipotetico
- Japanese: 条件付きの
- Korean: 조건부의
- Norwegian: avhengig
- Polish: warunkowy
- European Portuguese: condicional
- Romanian: condiționat de
- Russian: обусловленный
- Spanish: condicional
- Swedish: villkorlig
- Thai: ที่เป็นเงื่อนไข
- Turkish: koşullu
- Ukrainian: умовний
- Vietnamese: có điều kiện
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