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provided
American English: /prəˈvaɪdəd/
British English: /prəˈvʌɪdɪd/

conjunction

  • provided (that) provided (that) it doesn't snow
    siempre que no nieve
    siempre y cuando no nieve
    you may go, provided (that) you're home by ten o'clock
    puedes ir, siempre que or siempre y cuando estés de vuelta a las diez or a condición de que estés de vuelta a las diez
    Example sentences
    • Chandu may be put back with his mother in a couple of days, provided his condition continues to be stable.
    • Namibia will be allowed to sell 10 tonnes, provided it meets the conditions set by Cites.
    • Chemistry can become your best friend, provided you get the right guidance.

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