conditionate

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English[edit]

Etymology[edit]

Late Latin conditionatus

Adjective[edit]

conditionate (comparative more conditionate, superlative most conditionate)

  1. (obsolete) Subject to conditions.
    • Bishop Hall
      Barak's answer is faithful, though conditionate.

Noun[edit]

conditionate (plural conditionates)

  1. A contingency

Verb[edit]

conditionate (third-person singular simple present conditionates, present participle conditionating, simple past and past participle conditionated)

  1. To make, or to regulate by means of conditions