conditional probabilities change as conditions change.
But even here, value is highly subjective and conditional.
conditional cash transfers are a convergence point in two different evolutions in understanding and combating poverty.
Rather, it is a conditional increase the actual amount of which depends on the measured values of other variables in the model.
All the gifts to colleges are what is known as conditional and are applied to endowment only.
Now, a leading marketer of life insurance is using a colossal-size version of the conditional.
He can receive a one-year conditional discharge and avoid jail if he stays out of trouble.
But it was probably also conditional on his avoiding political songs in the run up to the election.
Eustace's contributions only on a conditional basis.
All manner of benefits have become conditional on a clean drugs record.
British Dictionary definitions for conditional
depending on other factors; not certain
(grammar) (of a clause, conjunction, form of a verb, or whole sentence) expressing a condition on which something else is contingent: "If he comes" is a conditional clause in the sentence "If he comes I shall go"
(of an equation or inequality) true for only certain values of the variable: x² –1 = x + 1 is a conditional equation, only true for x = 2 or –1
(of an infinite series) divergent when the absolute values of the terms are considered
(logic) Also hypothetical. (of a proposition) consisting of two component propositions associated by the words if…then so that the proposition is false only when the antecedent is true and the consequent false. Usually written: p→q or p⊃q, where p is the antecedent, q the consequent, and → or ⊃ symbolizes implies