the clause that expresses the conclusion or result in a conditional sentence
Origin of apodosisLate Latin ; from Gr, a giving back ; from apo-, back + didonai, to give
The main clause of a conditional sentence, as The game will be canceled in The game will be canceled if it rains.
Origin of apodosisLate Latin, from Greek, from apodidonai, to give back : apo-, apo- + didonai, to give; see d&omacron;- in Indo-European roots.
From Late Latin, from Ancient Greek ἀπόδοσις (apodosis), from ἀπό (apo, “back again”) and δόσις (dosis, “gift”)