from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- n. One that conditions, especially an additive or application that improves the quality or usability of a substance: a soil conditioner; a hair conditioner.
from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- n. anything that improves the condition of something
- n. hair conditioner
- n. someone who trains athletes
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. exercise that conditions the body.
- n. a trainer of athletes.
- n. a substance used in washing (clothing or hair) to make things softer.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. In milling, a machine for drying damp or musty grain and bringing it into proper condition for use.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. a trainer of athletes
- n. exercise that conditions the body
- n. a substance used in washing (clothing or hair) to make things softer
Sorry, no etymologies found.
sharshar lol .. where got normal ppl ask such question wan .. if he askin about applying conditioner i understand la .. cos conditioner not supposed to touch scalp .. but shampoo!??? shampoo + conditioner~~ wipe dry dry abit~ put cream. blow dry~ style
My choice of shampoo and conditioner is Umi no Uruoi Sou, a blend of lots of different kinds of seaweed, apparently.
I've got super curly hair myself: take a small bit of your favorite leave in conditioner/hair serum, your favorite mousse and mix it with equal or more parts water in a fine mist spray bottle.
Stress seems to be showing up on my face so I would love to try the mask, cleanser and skin conditioner, certainly would be a wonderful pick me up.
An attempt was made to break into a residence by removing an air conditioner from a window.
There's no reason why anyone has to run the washer and dryer at noon on a hot day while the air conditioner is running too -- but if the price is the same, then why not?
In Mexico, an air conditioner is called a politician because it makes a lot of noise but doesn't work very well.
While an air conditioner is typically 100 Watts, OTTO is only 45 Watts, helping you save money on energy without cluttering space with the eyesore of the typical box fan.
Coming back to the conditioner from the beginning of the story is also a fantastic way to tie it all together.
Cleaning the air conditioner is probably the most bother as we have a high ceiling and some of the air conditioner covers are a bit broken!