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Translation of "if" - English-Turkish dictionary

if

conjunction     /ɪf/
DEPEND
A2 used to say that something will happen only after something else happens or is true ...sa/se ... sa/se 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.Connecting words which express a condition
MIGHT
B1 used to talk about something that might happen or be true eğer, şayet What will we do if this doesn't work?Connecting words which express a contrast
WHETHER
B1 whether acaba, ...mı, olup olmadığı I wonder if he'll get the job.Connecting words which express a condition
ALWAYS
B1 used to mean always or every time her ne zaman, ... dığında, eğer If you mention his mother, he always cries.Connecting words which express a condition
(Definition of if conjunction from the Cambridge Learner’s Dictionary English-Turkish © Cambridge University Press)
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