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jin sun
place a condition on Hi everyone, I wonder the meaning of place "place a condition on" here. ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- "I would want to" is not that uncommon. I often use it when I don't want to commit to something but I want to place a condition on the transaction if I were to accept it. "Before I even considered/would even consider taking the project, I would want to see the complete list of requirements." --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Thank you for your time :)
Jan 13, 2016 6:55 AM
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"Place a condition on" means "specify a requirement" before something can happen. Before I leave the house, I would want to check that it is not raining. In other words, I will not leave the house until I have checked that it is not raining.
January 13, 2016
jin sun
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