Pronounced as: [kuh n-dohn]
1. To disregard or overlook (something illegal, objectionable, or the like)
2. To give tacit approval to
3. To pardon or forgive (an offense); excuse
4. To cause the condonation of; justify the pardoning of (an offense).
5. Law. to forgive or act so as to imply forgiveness of (a violation of the marriage vow):
In general currency from its use in the British Divorce Act of 1857, Latin
Con which means bad or down side.
2. In some areas, parents who condone drinking remains a major problem.