apodosis definition

  • noun:
    • the primary clause of a conditional sentence, while the online game would be canceled into the game is going to be canceled if it rains.
    • The consequential clause in a conditional phrase.
    • The consequent clause or summary in a conditional phrase, articulating the result, and therefore distinguished from the protasis or term which conveys an ailment. Thus, in sentence, “Though he slay myself, however can I trust in him,” the previous term is the protasis, and latter the apodosis.
    • In sentence structure, the concluding part of a conditional sentence; the consequent which results from or is influenced by the protasis, or problem; the final outcome.
    • Inside Gr. Ch., the final day's a church event whenever prolonged throughout a number of days.

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