The definition of a proviso is a condition attached to an agreement.(noun)
An example of a proviso is if you will sign on a contract to sell your company only on the condition that you get to be on the board.
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noun pl. pro·vi·sos or pro·vi·soes
Origin: Middle English
Origin: , from Medieval Latin prōvīsō (quod), provided (that)
Origin: , from Latin prōvīsō
Origin: , ablative of prōvīsus, past participle of prōvidēre, to provide; see provide.
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