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apodosis in a conditional sentence, the clause that expresses the result or conclusion, sometimes beginning with "then". (Cf. protasis.)
contingent depending on some factor, circumstance, or event; conditional (often fol. by on or upon). [1/4 definitions]
hypothesis in logic, the first member of a conditional proposition. [1/3 definitions]
hypothetical in logic, conditional upon a hypothesis; contingent. [1/4 definitions]
protasis in a conditional sentence, the clause that expresses the condition, usu. beginning with "if". (Cf. apodosis.)
provisional adopted on a temporary or tentative basis until something permanent is established; conditional.
provisory provisional; conditional.
should used to express the possibility of something happening although it is considered very unlikely (used in conditional clauses beginning with "if," or at the beginning of a clause, inverting with the subject, but having the same meaning as if the clause began with "if"). [1/5 definitions]