One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
Certainly not fit or well enough to do something.‘you're in no condition to tackle the stairs’
- ‘The collapsing Soviet Union was in no condition to dissuade its ally.’
- ‘But off-camera the consensus was that by election time those listed would be in no condition to cast a ballot, let alone offer themselves as candidates.’
- ‘She certainly was in no condition to drive herself to the hospital, and it didn't appear that she was going to be able to draw anyone near this place anytime soon.’
- ‘Obviously you are in no condition to think straight.’
- ‘But it was obvious he was in no condition to continue.’
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