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adverse conditions

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishadverse conditionsadverse conditionsDIFFICULTconditions that make it difficult for something to happen or exist The expedition was abandoned because of adverse weather conditions. adverse
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adverse conditionsAs such, it can be seen as an adaptive defence response to adverse conditions.In order to strike the best possible bargain on setting-day the men might invent stories of difficulty and adverse conditions.If adverse conditions are forecast - take note.He praised the soldiers for overcoming adverse conditions, including less-than-gourmet food and less-than-plush accommodations.Extensive field research can mean long periods living under adverse conditions to which the researcher is unaccustomed.
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