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dependent for existence, occurrence, character, etc., on something not yet certain ; conditional (often followed by on or upon ): Our plans are contingent on the ...

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Contingent definition is - dependent on or conditioned by something else. ... See the full definition for contingent in the English Language Learners Dictionary.

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When an event or situation is contingent, it means that it depends on some other event or fact. For example, sometimes buying a new house has to be contingent ...

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contingent meaning: 1. a group of people representing an organization or country , or a part of a military force: 2. depending on something else in the future in ...

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Definition of contingent - subject to chance, occurring or existing only if (certain circumstances) are the case; dependent on.

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contingent definition: The definition of contingent is something that depends on something else happening, or something that is possible or by chance.

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Given had expected a large contingent of away fans. Times, Sunday Times (2008 )And then there was the smaller contingent who answered no. Christianity ...

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Define contingent (noun) and get synonyms. What is contingent (noun)? contingent (noun) meaning, pronunciation and more by Macmillan Dictionary.

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From Old French contingent, from Medieval Latin contingens (“possible, ..... contingent in Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, G. & C. Merriam, 1913.