conditional sentence

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conditional sentence (plural conditional sentences)

  1. (grammar) A sentence discussing factual implications or hypothetical situations and their consequences. A full conditional sentence contains two clauses: the condition or protasis, and the consequence or apodosis.
  2. (law, Canada) probation.

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