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IF British & World English

Intermediate frequency

IF New Oxford Dictionary for Writers & Editors

intermediate frequency

if British & World English

Introducing a conditional clause:

if English Thesaurus

if the weather is fine, we can walk to the village

if in once British & World English

On even one occasion; at all (used for emphasis)

as if British & World English

As would be the case if

if so British & World English

If that is the case

Ta'if British & World English

A city in western Saudi Arabia, situated to the south-east of Mecca in the Asir Mountains; population 521,300 (est. 2004). It is the unofficial seat of government of Saudi Arabia during the summer

as if! British & World English

I very much doubt it

if not British & World English

Perhaps even (used to introduce a more extreme term than one first mentioned)

even if British & World English

Despite the possibility that; no matter whether

if only British & World English

Even if for no other reason than

if anything British & World English

Used to suggest tentatively that something may be the case (often the opposite of something previously implied)

what if ——? British & World English

What would result if ——?

I'm damned if British & World English

Used to express a strong negative

if and when British & World English

At a future time (should it arise)

if you like British & World English

If it suits or pleases you

if you will British & World English

Said when politely asking someone to do or consider something

ask British & World English

Say that one wants permission to do something

if and only if British & World English

Used to introduce a condition which is necessary as well as sufficient

if you please British & World English

Used in polite requests

be British & World English

Used to hypothesize about something that might happen

if you ask me British & World English

Used to emphasize that a statement is one’s personal opinion

I'm buggered if —— British & World English

Used to make the following clause negative

if he is a day British & World English

At least (appended to a statement about a person’s age)

if I were you British & World English

Used to accompany a piece of advice

if it kills one British & World English

Whatever the problems or difficulties involved

act British & World English

Behave in the way specified

possible British & World English

Able to be done or achieved

as if in as1 British & World English

As would be the case if

if so in if British & World English

If that is the case

don't mind if I do British & World English

Used to accept an invitation

if my memory serves British & World English

If I remember correctly

so what? in so1 British & World English

Why should that be considered significant?


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