conditioned definition

  • adjective:
    • susceptible to or determined by a condition or conditions.
    • Physically fit.
    • made for a certain activity or process.
    • Psychology Exhibiting or trained to display a conditioned reaction.
    • determined or dependent on some condition
    • physically fit, particularly because of workout
    • ready for a certain usage
    • displaying a conditioned reflex
    • encircled; circumstanced; in a specific condition or condition, by property or wellness.
    • Having, or known under or by, conditions or relations; maybe not separate; maybe not absolute.
    • made gentler by cleansing with a chemical agent labeled as a conditioner{3}.
    • founded by conditioning or learning
    • in good physical shape
  • verb:
    • Simple past tense and previous participle of condition.
  • others:
    • becoming in a certain condition or having specific qualities, or a certain constitution, temperament, mood, etc.; circumstanced; constituted: most regularly found in structure: as, well-conditioned; ill-conditioned.
    • present under or at the mercy of circumstances; restricted to problems; reliant.
    • In metaphysics, put or cognized under problems or relations; general.
  • noun:
    • In metaphysics, collectively, the universe as current and understood under circumstances or limits: always because of the definite article: in opposition to the unconditioned or absolute.

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