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proviso (s) (noun); provisos, provisoes (pl)
1. A clause in a document making a qualification, a certain condition, or some kind of restriction which must be accepted in order for a person to agree to do something: Mildred agreed to work on the project with the proviso that she would get extra pay for working overtime on it.
2. Etymology: from Middle Latin proviso, "provided (that)", a phrase at the beginning of clauses in legal documents, from Latin proviso, "it being provided"; from provisus, providere, "to look ahead, to prepare, to supply"; from pro-, "ahead" + videre, "to see".
A clause making a stipulation or condition.
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Stating a requirement.
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A document that has a clause providing for a qualification, a condition, or some kind of restriction. (2)