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On the condition or understanding that.‘cutting corners was acceptable, provided that you could get away with it’
if, on condition that, providing, providing that, provided that, presuming, presuming that, assuming, assuming that, on the assumption that, as long as, given, given that, with the provision that, with the proviso that, on the understanding that, with the understanding that, if and only if, contingent on, in the event that, allowing thatView synonyms
- ‘They can contain multiple topics, provided that the well-formedness condition on the topic construction is met.’
- ‘It is legal for them to do so, provided that they bring this to customers' attention before an order is placed.’
- ‘So most greens accept air conditioning now, provided that it is set no colder than 26 degrees.’
- ‘At each locus, polymorphism can be maintained provided that two conditions are met.’
- ‘Chemistry can become your best friend, provided you get the right guidance.’
- ‘Chandu may be put back with his mother in a couple of days, provided his condition continues to be stable.’
- ‘In personal and general conversation we accept all versions, provided we can understand what is being said.’
- ‘There is a strong argument for this, provided you have a basic understanding of investment markets.’
- ‘Register Apple readers don't mind paying for something that brings utility, provided it's fast and it works.’
- ‘For the avoidance of doubt, Malton market will reopen, provided we can reasonable comply with these new conditions’
- ‘The board of Aer Lingus will start looking for a buyer in the New Year, provided the unions accept the deal currently on the table.’
- ‘The Court accepted such evidence, provided it was founded upon recognized psychiatric procedures.’
- ‘Gardaí consented to bail being set, provided the two defendants adhered strictly to the conditions.’
- ‘Repairs can be acceptable provided the proportions are not destroyed.’
- ‘Where still in place, this material will pose no danger to health - provided it is in good condition and is not disturbed.’
- ‘They can now come within the new block exemption for vertical restraints, provided that the conditions therein are met.’
- ‘Namibia will be allowed to sell 10 tonnes, provided it meets the conditions set by Cites.’
- ‘The dairy supplied the fridge provided you sold only their brand.’
- ‘I am here to help you, provided you supply me with the right information.’
- ‘Bangalore could get back its greenery, which has brought it much fame, provided a lot of thought goes into this.’
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