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Multiple Meanings
condemn — as in:  She condemned their plan

We condemn racism wherever it is found.
express strong criticism
condemn — as in:  was condemned to life in prison

The murderer was condemned to death by injection.
force into an undesired activity or situation — such as to legally sentence someone to punishment

or:

find guilty — especially in court

or:

provide the means of finding guilty
condemn — as in:  condemned the building

The building was condemned by the inspector.
an official government finding that a building is not suitable to be occupied

In law, condemn can also refer to a legal real estate procedure in which the government forces someone to sell property to the government.
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