noun apod·o·sis \ə-ˈpä-də-səs\
plural apod·o·ses\-ˌsēz\

Definition of APODOSIS

:  the main clause of a conditional sentence — compare protasis

Origin of APODOSIS

New Latin, from Greek, from apodidonai to give back, deliver, from apo- + didonai to give — more at date
First Known Use: 1604


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