Definition of When, as, and if

1. Conjunction. (idiomatic legal finance business) Used to indicate the timing and contingency of some obligation in contracts, especially financial. ¹



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Lexicographical Neighbors of When, As, And If

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whelms
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whelpless
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whemmel
whemmle
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whemmling
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when'd
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when, as, and if (current term)
when Hell freezes over
when all is said and done
when as
when first seen
when in Rome
when in Rome, do as the Romans
when in Rome, do as the Romans do
when it's at home
when it rains, it pours
when pigs fly
when push comes to shove
when the cat's away
when the cat's away the mice will play
when the chips are down

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