conditional (Word)

 

subject to one or more conditions or requirements being met

Western aid was only granted conditional on further reform
the consortium have made a conditional offer

 

(use in Grammar) (of a clause, phrase, conjunction, or verb form) expressing a condition.


conditional (Noun)

 

(use in Philosophy Grammar) a conditional clause or conjunction.

Subsenses (1)

a sentence containing a conditional clause.


 

(use in Philosophy Grammar) the conditional mood of a verb, for example should in if I should die.


conditional (Word)

 

subject to one or more conditions or requirements being met

Western aid was only granted conditional on further reform
the consortium have made a conditional offer

 

(use in Grammar) (of a clause, phrase, conjunction, or verb form) expressing a condition.


conditional (Noun)

 

(use in Philosophy Grammar) a conditional clause or conjunction.

Subsenses (1)

a sentence containing a conditional clause.


 

(use in Philosophy Grammar) the conditional mood of a verb, for example should in if I should die.