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un·con·di·tion·al

 (ŭn′kən-dĭsh′ə-nəl)
adj.
Without conditions or limitations; absolute: demanded unconditional surrender.

un′con·di′tion·al·ly adv.
un′con·di′tion·al′i·ty (-dĭsh′ə-năl′ĭ-tē) n.

unconditional

(ˌʌnkənˈdɪʃənəl)
adj
1. without conditions or limitations; total: unconditional surrender.
2. (Mathematics) maths (of an equality) true for all values of the variable: (x+1)>x is an unconditional equality.
ˌunconˈditionally adv
ˌunconˈditionalness, ˌunconˌditionˈality n

un•con•di•tion•al

(ˌʌn kənˈdɪʃ ə nl)

adj.
not limited by conditions; absolute.
[1660–70]
un`con•di′tion•al•ly, adv.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adj.1.unconditional - not conditionalunconditional - not conditional; "unconditional surrender"
unqualified - not limited or restricted; "an unqualified denial"
conditional - imposing or depending on or containing a condition; "conditional acceptance of the terms"; "lent conditional support"; "the conditional sale will not be complete until the full purchase price is paid"
2.unconditional - not modified or restricted by reservationsunconditional - not modified or restricted by reservations; "a categorical denial"; "a flat refusal"
unqualified - not limited or restricted; "an unqualified denial"
3.unconditional - not contingentunconditional - not contingent; not determined or influenced by someone or something else
independent - free from external control and constraint; "an independent mind"; "a series of independent judgments"; "fiercely independent individualism"

unconditional

unconditional

adjective
1. Without limitations or mitigating conditions:
Translations
بِدُونِ شَرْطغَيْر مَشْروط
bezpodmínečný
betingelsesløs
ehdoton
bezuvjetan
skilyrîislaus
無条件の
무조건적인
besąlygiškai
bezierunu-
ovillkorlig
ที่ไม่มีเงื่อนไข
koşulsuzkayıtsız şartsız
vô điều kiện

unconditional

[ˈʌnkənˈdɪʃənl] ADJincondicional, sin condiciones
unconditional surrenderrendición f sin condiciones

unconditional

[ˌʌnkənˈdɪʃənəl] adj [love, acceptance] → inconditionnel(le); [surrender] → sans conditions
to make an unconditional surrender → se rendre sans condition

unconditional

adjvorbehaltlos; surrender, lovebedingungslos; supportvorbehaltlos, uneingeschränkt; he was remanded on unconditional bail (Jur) → er wurde gegen Kaution freigelassen

unconditional

[ˌʌnkənˈdɪʃənl] adj (surrender, refusal) → incondizionato/a; (freedom) → assoluto/a

unconditional

(ankənˈdiʃənl) adjective
complete and absolute, and not dependent on certain terms or conditions. The victorious side demanded unconditional surrender.
ˌunconˈditionally adverb

unconditional

بِدُونِ شَرْط bezpodmínečný betingelsesløs bedingungslos ανεπιφύλακτος incondicional ehdoton inconditionnel bezuvjetan incondizionato 無条件の 무조건적인 onvoorwaardelijk ubetinget bezwarunkowy incondicional безоговорочный ovillkorlig ที่ไม่มีเงื่อนไข koşulsuz vô điều kiện 无条件的
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