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conditioned

[ kuhn-dish-uhnd ]
/ kənˈdɪʃ ənd /
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adjective
existing under or subject to conditions.
characterized by a predictable or consistent pattern of behavior or thought as a result of having been subjected to certain circumstances or conditions.
Psychology. proceeding from or dependent on a conditioning of the individual; learned; acquired: conditioned behavior patterns.Compare unconditioned (def. 2).
made suitable for a given purpose.

OTHER WORDS FOR conditioned

4 adjusted, adapted, seasoned.
5 acclimatized, habituated, used to.
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Origin of conditioned

late Middle English word dating back to 1400–50; see origin at condition, -ed2

OTHER WORDS FROM conditioned

non·con·di·tioned, adjectiveself-con·di·tioned, adjectivesem·i·con·di·tioned, adjectivewell-con·di·tioned, adjective
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British Dictionary definitions for conditioned

conditioned
/ (kənˈdɪʃənd) /

adjective
psychol of or denoting a response that has been learnedCompare unconditioned
(foll by to) accustomed; inured; prepared by training
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