English version

on the understanding that

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishon the understanding thaton the understanding thatif you agree to something on the understanding that something else will be done, you agree to it, believing that it will be done Jack lent Sarah the money on the understanding that she would pay it back next month. understanding
Examples from the Corpus
on the understanding thatDarrel had mysteriously signed Littlecote over to Sir John in 1586 on the understanding that he would still be allowed to remain.This reaction was based on the understanding that atomic bombs cause widespread death and destruction and extreme human suffering.They hanged the couple on the understanding that Combe would become part of Berkshire and remain so.The reader who has bought your book has bought it on the understanding that this is what will happen.They forget I took the job on the understanding that management of a national team can only be part-time employment.It was possible for a person to be given a legacy on the understanding that he would manumit a slave.The work would be carried out on the understanding that the resulting products would be returned to the country of origin.This expedition was sanctioned on the understanding that there was good money to be won at wrestling.We said he could stay with us on the understanding that it would just be temporary.
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