Synonyms of condition in English:

condition


See definition of condition

noun

1‘visually check the condition of your wiring’

SYNONYMS
state, shape, order
British informal nick

2conditions‘refugees were living in appalling conditions’

SYNONYMS
circumstances, surroundings
environment, situation, state of affairs, set-up, position, context, background, setting, ambience, atmosphere, climate, milieu, habitat, way of life
informal circs

3‘he had the body of an athlete in tip-top condition’

SYNONYMS
fitness, physical fitness, health, state of health, form, shape, trim, fettle

4‘a serious medical condition’

SYNONYMS
disorder, problem, defect, disease, illness, complaint, ailment, weakness, infirmity, malady, indisposition, malaise, sickness, affliction, infection, upset
informal bug, virus
British informal lurgy

5‘it is a condition of employment that employees should be paid through a bank’

SYNONYMS
stipulation, constraint, prerequisite, precondition, requirement, rule, term, specification, provision, proviso, qualification
necessity, essential, demand, restriction

verb

1‘national choices are conditioned by the international political economy’

SYNONYMS
constrain, control, govern, determine, decide
exert influence on, affect, have an effect on, act on, work on, touch, have an impact on, impact on
change, alter, modify, transform, form, shape, guide, sway, bias

2‘our minds are heavily conditioned by habit’

SYNONYMS
train, teach, educate, coach, tutor, guide, groom, drill, accustom, adapt, habituate, mould, inure

3‘the boards will need to be conditioned with water’

SYNONYMS
treat, prepare, make ready, ready, prime, temper, process, acclimatize, acclimate, adapt, adjust, soften, season

4‘some products contain vitamin E to condition your skin’

SYNONYMS
improve, make healthy, build up, nourish, tone, tone up, get something into shape

Phrases

    out of condition

    ‘maybe I can stop and rest my hopelessly out of condition body’


    SYNONYMS

    unfit, unhealthy, out of shape, in poor condition, in poor shape, flabby, debilitated, weak, infirm, decrepit

    ANTONYMS

    fit