condition to

condition someone or something to something

 
1. to train or adapt someone or an animal to do something. I conditioned the dog to beg for a treat. Over the years, he had conditioned himself to run for hours at a stretch.
2. to train or adapt someone or an animal to something. We could never condition the cat to the finer points of domestication. I conditioned myself to the extreme cold.
See also: condition
References in classic literature ?
If we know that our own men are in a condition to attack, but are unaware that the enemy is not open to attack, we have gone only halfway towards victory.
If we know that the enemy is open to attack, but are unaware that our own men are not in a condition to attack, we have gone only halfway towards victory.
If we know that the enemy is open to attack, and also know that our men are in a condition to attack, but are unaware that the nature of the ground makes fighting impracticable, we have still gone only halfway towards victory.
It is not easy for any one who has not been in the like condition to describe or conceive the consternation of men in such circumstances.
The language familiar to all brokers, "commission shall be due and payable only, if, as, and when title closes," has been generally deemed to be a condition to payment.
However, due to its significance, we consider this condition to be a material weakness in internal controls.
Today's filing also reflects the Company's belief that it will satisfy the minimum EBITDA condition to the debt financing.
We chose to analyze data for only one lecture in each condition to minimize inconvenience to the participants.
As a condition to financing the offer and the merger, Keybank requires personal guarantees from Seymour Gussack and David Gussack.
PHILADELPHIA -- With summer fast approaching and vacationers planning family trips and long drives, it is more important than ever that vehicles be in the best possible condition to handle the rigors of summer driving.
This functionality allows for demand by item condition to be matched against inventory by item condition.
In addition, Marsh & McLennan hereby gives notice that it reserves the right to reduce the percentage of Sedgwick securities required to satisfy the Acceptance Condition to not less than 50.
a target section for permanent attachment to a landing area on another portion of the article, when the fastener is in the closed condition and conditions thereafter, a fastening section connected to the target section when the fastener is in conditions prior to the opened condition; disconnected from the target section when fastener is converted from the closed condition to the opened condition, and attachable to and from the target section when the fastener is converted between the re-closed condition and the re-opened condition;
If the corrected sample height is chosen, the software will add the displacement reading at the load hold value for each test condition to the sample height for the cylindrical or rectangular specimens.
A new generation of ecologic indicators is needed to measure the condition, diagnose stressors, communicate condition to the public, assess potential future status, and evaluate management actions in our coastal regions.