apodosis

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From Late Latin, from Ancient Greek ἀπόδοσις ‎(apódosis), from ἀπό ‎(apó, back again) and δόσις ‎(dósis, gift)

Noun[edit]

apodosis ‎(plural apodoses)

  1. (logic, grammar) The consequential clause in a conditional sentence.
    In "I will be coming if this weather holds up", "I will be coming" is the apodosis.

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