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impose conditions

This page is about the collocation impose conditions

collocation pattern: verb + noun

Meaning

to set conditions or requirements that must be met or satisfied

For example

  • The judge granted bail, but imposed conditions including a ban on travel.

  • The World Bank imposes very strict conditions on countries that receive economic aid.

Quick Quiz

Conditions are often imposed when

a. gifts are given

b. opinions are given

c. loans are given

Contributor: Matt Errey