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American English: /prəˈvaɪzoʊ/
British English: /prəˈvʌɪzəʊ/

Translation of proviso in Spanish:

noun plural provisos

  • (stipulation) with the proviso that
    con la condición de que followed by subjunctive
    with the proviso that I'm paid in advance
    con la condición de que me paguen por adelantado
    it's slow, but with that proviso, it's a useful machine
    haciendo la salvedad de que es lenta, es una máquina útil
    Example sentences
    • James Madison did not draft the Bill of Rights with limiting provisos or riders attached to it.
    • It is a blanket provision, and there are no exceptions, qualifications or provisos that apply to that offence provision.
    • Ireland had been fighting to put provisos into the clauses, but had not been insisting that the link between immigration, aid and trade policies be removed.
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