Definition of conditionality in English:

conditionality

noun

  • See conditional

    • ‘It is towards growth that our programs and their conditionality are aimed.’
    • ‘In recent years the UK has been moving away from traditional approaches to conditionality.’
    • ‘I personally believe that conditionality should be imposed.’
    • ‘‘That would interrupt the essential conditionality of it,’ he says.’
    • ‘He cites two reasons: ‘One is its clarity and lack of conditionality.’’

Pronunciation

conditionality

/kəndɪʃ(ə)ˈnalɪti/