Definition of conditionally in English:

conditionally

Pronunciation /kənˈdiSH(ə)nəlē/ /kənˈdɪʃ(ə)nəli/

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adverb

  • In a way that is subject to one or more conditions or requirements being met.

    ‘they conditionally approved the proposal’
    • ‘he conditionally accepted the job’
    • ‘A consent order was made, setting aside the judgment conditionally upon security being provided by the defendant.’
    • ‘Under the conventional interpretation, what he considers conditionally rational is actually irrational or euphoric.’
    • ‘The settlement conditionally agreed to by the parties does not purport to bind any members of the proposed class, except the plaintiffs.’
    • ‘The DJ stopped the music, creating a silence within which the audience's response was conditionally relevant.’
    • ‘Several former Confederate states conditionally ratified the amendment, declaring that the enforcement clause was ineffectual.’
    • ‘Taurine is a conditionally essential amino acid that is found in the tissues of most animal species.’
    • ‘The defendant cannot direct a psychiatrist to act as a nominated supervisor in the case of a conditionally discharged patient.’
    • ‘Their office conditionally approved the project.’
    • ‘Authorities announced today that he is to be conditionally released on bail.’
    • ‘A review of the measures will conclude that sanctions should now be conditionally suspended.’