Synonyms of 'if'
1 providedDictionary, assuming, given thatIf you would like to make a donation, please enclose a cheque.
2 whenDictionary, whenever, every timeShe gets very upset if I exclude her from anything.
3 whetherDictionaryHe asked if I had left with you, and I said no.
doubtDictionary, condition, uncertaintyThis business is full of ifs.
They were troubled and full of doubt.
They had agreed to a summit subject to certain conditions.
There is genuine uncertainty about the party's future plans.
a provision that would allow existing regulations to be reviewed
After some hesitation, he answered her question.
His only stipulation is that his clients follow his advice.
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Thesaurus for if from the Collins English Thesaurus
You use if in conditional sentences to introduce the circumstances in which an event or situation might happen , might be happening , or might have happened.