To condone is to overlook, forgive or pardon.(verb)
An example of condone is when you see someone stealing in a store and you just look the other way.
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transitive verb con·doned, con·don·ing, con·dones
Origin: Latin condōnāre
Origin: : com-, intensive pref.; see com-
Origin: + dōnāre, to give (from dōnum, gift; see dō- in Indo-European roots).
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