Definitions of "contingent"
  1. Possibly occurring, but not with certainty
  2. Aimed for usage in scenarios which are uncertain or cannot fully be anticipated
  3. Relying on or influenced by another event or condition
How to use "contingent" in a sentence
  1. The contingent success of the project depends upon securing additional funding.
  2. In the contract, a contingent clause was included to account for potential unforeseen circumstances.
  3. The deal is contingent on the buyers securing a mortgage.

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