verb (used with object)
- preconceptual stage,
Origin of precondition
Examples from the Web for precondition
Her release was a precondition to signing the EU Association Agreement.
But what I am saying is that for me, at least, feeling loved and wanted by somebody was a precondition to health.
He fell short of making this a precondition for talks, a requirement that had scuttled earlier attempts at negotiation.Iran Asserts Right to Enrichment as Baghdad Six Party Talks End|Michael Adler|May 25, 2012|DAILY BEAST
This, gal pals across America might note, was a precondition before she agreed to pick up and move to Silicon Valley.
Willingness to refinance should have been a precondition of TARP aid back in 2008 and 2009.
The precondition of every true calling must be, not love for art, but love for mankind.Romain Rolland|Stefan Zweig
Even biologically, two individuals of the higher animal species are the precondition to a new individual existence.Introduction to the Science of Sociology|Robert E. Park
The precondition of thought as of life is that nature be uniform, or ultimately that the world be rational.Studies in Logical Theory|John Dewey
The value of the money is a precondition of the money-function.The Value of Money|Benjamin M. Anderson, Jr.
Such trust is a precondition to the existence of a thriving, modern economy.After the Rain|Sam Vaknin