Word family noun condition precondition conditioner conditioning adjective conditionalunconditional verb condition adverb conditionallyunconditionally
From King Dictionary of Contemporary English
Related topics: Hair & beauty, Cleaning
conditionercon‧di‧tion‧er /kənˈdɪʃə $ -ər/ noun [countable, uncountable] 1 DCBa liquid that you put onto your hair after washing it to make it softer2 British EnglishDHC a liquid that you wash clothes in to make them softer SYN softener American English
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conditionerBack inside his room, he turned on the overhead fan and the air conditioner.Outside, over the low monotonous drone of the air conditioner, she could hear the mating call of a cricket.If your hair is long, apply conditioner to the older, dryer ends only.I've been using a leave-in conditioner on my hair and am very pleased with the results.I wash it every day and use plenty of light conditioner but I don't stick to one brand.Add a water conditioner to neutralise chlorine, and other nasties.