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if

conjunction /if/
in the event that; on condition that
si
He will have to go into hospital if his illness gets any worse I’ll only stay if you can stay too.
supposing that
si, en el caso de que
If he were to come along now, we would be in trouble.
whenever
si, cada vez que, siempre que
If I sneeze, my nose bleeds.
although
a pesar de, aunque
They are happy, if poor.
whether
si
I don’t know if I can come or not.
if only I wish that
si al menos
If only I were rich!
(Definition of if from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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