There are 2 translations of if in Spanish:

if1

Pronunciation: /ɪf/

conj

  • 1 1.1 si if you're good, I'll read you a story si te portas bien, te leeré un cuento let me know if you hear anything si oyes algo, dímelo if I had it, I would give it to you si lo tuviera, te lo daría I'd help you if I could te ayudaría si pudiera he would have come if he'd known habría or hubiera venido si hubiera sabido if treated with care si se lo trata con cuidado if I were you, I wouldn't do it yo en tu lugar or yo que tú, no lo haría a misnomer if ever there was one un nombre inapropiado, donde los haya 1.2if not they were undernourished, if not (yet) actually starving estaban desnutridos, si bien no se estaban muriendo de inanición she was very offhand, if not downright rude estuvo muy brusca, por no decir verdaderamente grosera 1.3if nothing else aunque no sea más que eso 1.4if only if only she could have seen him! ¡si lo pudiera haber visto! I'd like to talk to them, if only for a minute me gustaría hablar con ellos, aunque solo fuera un minuto
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    • Perhaps if you had stayed this would have become more apparent.
    • If we had finished it before we went on the tour, I think it would have been a much better record.
    1.5if so (sentence adverb/modificador de una oración) si es así, de ser así
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    • If you like, I’ll come to Singapore with Sarah.
    • If you have a complaint against a lawyer licensed in another state, contact the lawyer regulatory agency in that state for information on making a complaint.
  • 2 (whether) si they asked if he had left preguntaron si se había ido she doesn't care if you win or lose no le importa que pierdas o ganes
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    • I'm gonna learn to dance if it takes me all night and day.
  • 3 (though) aunque, si bien it's a good plot, if a complicated one es un buen argumento, aunque complicado or si bien es complicado
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    • Domino is a well-paced action movie, if a little long, with an unusual feeling of surrealism behind the action.
  • 4 4.1 (in requests) if you'll all follow me, please síganme, por favor or ¿quieren seguirme, por favor? shall I put the tray here? — if you would ¿pongo aquí la bandeja? — se lo agradecería I'm sitting there, if you don't mind ese es mi asiento, si no te importa 4.2 (indicating surprise) (with negative/con negativo) well, if it isn't Mike Britton! ¡pero si es Mike Britton! if that doesn't beat everything! ¡eso sí que bate todos los récords!
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    • Well, well, well, if it isn't a revision update.
    • Nothing like a friendly reminder at the end of the week that I would be very lucky if I could just be left alone to do my work.
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    • If I could trouble you to try a little exercise, it will help to elucidate.
    • If you wouldn't mind giving me your email address, I will have her write to you to answer your questions and offer experienced advice.

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There are 2 translations of if in Spanish:

if2

n

  • if the venture succeeds, and it's a big if, then … si la empresa tiene éxito, que no es decir poco or lo cual está por verse, entonces … a lot of ifs and buts muchas condiciones y salvedades
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    • It said it would not cut people's working conditions: ‘no ifs, no buts, no maybes’; and so on.
    • But if - if - and these are giant ifs, put them in italics because it's great uncertainty.
    • There were no mights, no ifs, no buts, no doubts, no qualifications.

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Cultural fact of the day

The variety of catalán spoken in the Balearic Islands is called mallorquín. Some people regard it as a separate language from Catalan, which enjoys official status, but it is not officially recognized as such.