conditioning

All Noun Verb
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  • Water at could provide more than enough air-conditioning for a large building.
  • He retired after playing a single game however due to his physical conditioning.
  • Today, forced air systems can double for air conditioning and are more popular.
  • They saw the potential for using the operation conditioning method in commercial animal training.
  • Perhaps even more important to her crew, she also received a brand new air conditioning system.
  • Physical conditioning is also an important part of training at many clubs.
  • The new trains have on-board information systems and full air-conditioning.
  • Yet it was an important event in the history of air conditioning.
  • The air conditioning system in the carriage was stopped when the power supply was cut.
  • The windows cut off the air conditioning when opened to prevent energy being wasted.
  • Conditioning on hard ground can cause lameness problems, both short- and long-term.
  • "A lot of this game is about conditioning and how long you can give your best performance."
  • A new air conditioning system of greatly increased capacity was also installed.
  • One might say that before conditioning, the subject is surprised by the US.
  • Some students are concerned that there is still no air conditioning.
  • They were the first to have modern air conditioning and tape recording in their original design.
  • Its power supply occupied a second room and air conditioning required an additional room in the basement.
  • South Korea is now the largest producer for air conditioning in the world.
  • The home also had central heating and an early form of air-conditioning.
  • This conditioning is one of the key elements in a lot of racing programs.
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Root form of conditioning is condition for the verb.

Words starting with conditioning

Meaning of conditioning

  • noun A learning process in which an organism's behavior becomes dependent on the occurrence of a stimulus in its environment
  • verb Establish a conditioned response
  • verb Put into a better state
    he conditions old cars
  • verb Apply conditioner to in order to make smooth and shiny
    I condition my hair after washing it