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Definition of i̇f in English English dictionary

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interactive fiction
an if
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Noting this penury, to my selfe I said, An if a man did need a poyson now, Whose sale is present death in Mantua, Here liues a Caitiffe wretch would sell it him.

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Although; used to introduce a concession

He was a great friend, if a little stingy at the bar.

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An uncertainty, possibility, condition, doubt etc

Well might Bergman add, (in his Scicgraphia,), “if the compariſon that has been made, &c. be juſt.” The preſent writer makes no ifs about the matter, and has ſuperadded a little inaccuracy of his own,.

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Whether; used to introducing a noun clause as the object of certain verbs

I don't know if I want to go or not.

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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. She gets very upset if I exclude her from anything You can go if you want If you went into town, you'd notice all the pubs have loud jukeboxes Do you have a knack for coming up with ideas? If so, we would love to hear from you
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conj. in the event that; whether; in the case of; would that; despite; on the condition that; provided that; when
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(Tıp, İlaç) Interstitial fluid
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{i} possibility; supposition; condition
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politeness You use if at or near the beginning of a clause when politely asking someone to do something. I wonder if you'd be kind enough to give us some information, please?
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The beginning word in one of several conditional structures including If cond Then End If, If cond Then Else End If, If cond1 Then ElseIF cond2 Then ElseIF cond n Then Else End If
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emphasis You use if ever with past tenses when you are introducing a description of a person or thing, to emphasize how appropriate it is. I became a distraught, worried mother, a useless role if ever there was one
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A JavaTM programming language keyword used to conduct a conditional test and execute a block of statements if the test evaluates to true
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Supposing that, assuming that, in the circumstances that; used to introduce a condition or choice
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Integrated Framework
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You use as if to describe something or someone by comparing them with another thing or person. He points two fingers at his head, as if he were holding a gun
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The difference frequency resulting from mixing (beating) the received signal in a superheterodyne receiver with the signal from the local oscillator The difference frequency product provides the advantages inherent to the processing (amplification, detection, filtering, and such) of low frequency signals The receiver local oscillator may operate either below or above the receiver tuned frequency A single receiver may incorporate multiple IF detection
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The frequency of a satellite receiver after downconversion or a satellite modulator before upconversion
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Current flowing through a diode from anode to cathode
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You use if in indirect questions where the answer is either `yes' or `no'. He asked if I had left with you, and I said no I wonder if I might have a word with Mr Abbot? = whether
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In the event that a statement is true (a programming statement that acts in a similar manner)
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A Java reserved word which specifies a simple conditional construct See also else
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feelings You use if only to express a wish or desire, especially one that cannot be fulfilled. If only you had told me that some time ago
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p then x else yConditional expression
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supposing the information that -- " if it was able to carry 800 metric tons before " (183)
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The beat frequency between the signal and the local oscillator in a radio detection system
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You use if, usually with `can', `could', `may', or `might', at a point in a conversation when you are politely trying to make a point, change the subject, or interrupt another speaker. If I could just make another small point about the weightlifters in the Olympics
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You use if to suggest that something might be slightly different from what you are stating in the main part of the sentence, for example that there might be slightly more or less of a particular quality. Sometimes, that standard is quite difficult, if not impossible, to achieve I'm working on my fitness and I will be ready in a couple of weeks, if not sooner
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You use if not in front of a word or phrase to indicate that your statement does not apply to that word or phrase, but to something closely related to it that you also mention. She understood his meaning, if not his words, and took his advice
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Whether; in dependent questions
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a reserved word, used in if statements If Statement - a compound statement with conditional branching; it can have "elsif" tests and a final "else" part 3 4, A 1
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You use as if when you are making a judgment about something that you see or notice. Your belief or impression might be correct, or it might be wrong. The whole room looks as if it has been lovingly put together over the years
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You use `if anything' to introduce something which strengthens or changes the meaning of the statement you have just made, but only in a small or unimportant way. Living together didn't harm our friendship. If anything it strengthened it
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Intermediate Frequency
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The if B then X else Y structure returns a value, in the same way that the (B) ? X : Y structure does in c In this example count x l returns the number of times that value x occurs in list l fun count x nil = 0 | count x (h: : t) = if x=h then 1+count x t else count x t; or even fun count x nil = 0 | count x (h: : t) = (if x=h then 1 else 0) + count x t
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You use if to introduce a subordinate clause in which you admit a fact which you regard as less important than the statement in the main clause. If there was any disappointment it was probably temporary
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Infield, Infielder, Infield Fly
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Intermediate Frequency The frequency range 950-2,150 MHz used for the distribution of satellite signals from the LNB at the dish to the user's satellite receiver It is always used in direct-to-home systems and is the most suitable for distribution of digital signals in communal systems - IF systems
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IF - The IF command is used to compare a numeric parameter to a variable or one variable to another Six comparison operators are associated with the if command, as follows: equals (=), less than (<), less than or equal to (<+), greater than (>), greater than or equal to (>=), or not equal to (<>) Denoted by IF and followed by a comparative statement (e g , IF A>=100) See also True/False statement
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An if clause representing a condition; a protasis introduced by if
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  Abbreviation for intermediate frequency
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emphasis You use as if to emphasize that something is not true. Getting my work done! My God! As if it mattered
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Inter Fuel
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In case that; granting, allowing, or supposing that; introducing a condition or supposition
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Supposing that; used with past subjunctive indicating that the condition is not fulfilled
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You use `It's not as if' to introduce a statement which, if it were true, might explain something puzzling, although in fact it is not true. I am surprised by the fuss she's making. It's not as if my personality has changed
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Intermediate Frequency In radio communication systems, frequency conversion from baseband to the transmission frequency, and from the reception frequency to baseband, is usually carried out in two or more stages Any frequency obtained after a frequency conversion that does not correspond to the baseband, the transmission frequency or the reception frequency is known as an intermediate frequency In satellite reception systems the term IF is often used to refer to the frequency range in which the LNB delivers the signals it receives from the satellite (950 - 2150 MHz) to the IRD
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Desired microwave signals are first heterodyned down to an IF frequency for ease of filtering, and then further heterodyned down to another IF or baseband where the information may be recovered
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You use if only with past tenses to introduce what you think is a fairly good reason for doing something, although you realize it may not be a very good one. She writes me often, if only to scold me because I haven't written to her
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You say `if I were you' to someone when you are giving them advice. If I were you, Mrs Gretchen, I just wouldn't worry about it. intermediate frequency. a famous poem by Rudyard Kipling which starts with the words "If you can keep your head when all about you/Are losing theirs and blaming it on you...". It describes the qualities of character that some people think of as typically English, such as the ability to remain calm in difficult situations
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InterFace
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Intermediate-frequency
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Intermediate Frequency Refers to the resulting signal in a superhet receiver after the incoming carrier is mixed with the oscillator signal
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plural of if
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Integrated Financial Services
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Iterated Function System A method of applying affine transformations to a seed to obtain a fractal image Fractal compression works in reverse to derive an appropriate seed and transformation from the original image
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Acronym for "independent front suspension "
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Cisco IOS file system
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(Application Developer's Guide - XML) [definition #2] (Case Studies - XML Applications)
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BAES JV partner on IT systems
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Oracle's Internet File System allows one to store files in an Oracle database Access allowed from Standard Windows (SMB protocol), FTP, POP3, HTTP, etc
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  Abbreviation for ionospheric forward scatter  See ionospheric scatter
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