Bedeutung von “if” — Learner’s Dictionary

if

conjunction us uk /ɪf/
DEPEND

A2 used to say that something will happen only after something else happens or is true:

We'll have the party in the garden if the weather's good.
If you eat up all your dinner you can have some chocolate.

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MIGHT

B1 used to talk about something that might happen or be true:

I'm sorry if I've offended you.
What will we do if this doesn't work?
WHETHER

B1 whether:

I wonder if he'll get the job.
Have you asked her if she'd like to come?
ALWAYS

B1 used to mean always or every time:

If you mention his mother, he always cries.

(Definition von “if conjunction” aus dem Cambridge Learner's Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)