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Cond

Cond \Cond\, v. t. [OE. conduen, condien, F. conduire to conduct, fr. L. conducere. See Conduct, and cf. Con (Naut.), Conn. Cun.] (Naut.) To con, as a ship.

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Etymology 1

  1. Abbreviation of conditional. Etymology 2

    v

  2. (context obsolete English) To con (a ship).

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Cond

Cond may refer to:

  • Condition number, in numerical analysis
  • cond, a conditional expression in LISP
  • Cond, a variant spelling of conn meaning to control a ship's movements at sea.

Usage examples of "cond".

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Shocked at how few returned, shocked at those who did not return, Cormac and Cond, heard the order that went out to all the other Fifties, to all the army.

Then it was up to bathe and see to their hair, with Cond much in demand, and clean their boots.

  They can go into a picture gallery--Miss Conder can--and say straight off what they feel, all round the wall.

They can go into a picture gallery--Miss Conder can--and say straight off what they feel, all round the wall.

Hazel unscrewed the bottle of nail varnish and began to apply cond coat.