Consequential clause

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A consequential clause or apodosis (plural: apodoses) is a clause which is conditioned upon one or more conditional clauses. It is always a main clause with the conditional clause as a dependent clause, but may (1) be compounded with one or more other main clauses and/or (2) have other dependent clauses attached to it. The conditional clause(s) may either precede or follow the consequential clause.