Definition of decondition
1 : to cause extinction of (a conditioned response)
2 : to cause to lose physical fitness
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Medical Definition of decondition
1: to cause to lose physical fitness <inactivity deconditions a bedridden person>
2: to cause extinction of (a conditioned response)
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