contingent

[Noun] Plural form: contingents. A group of people that represents a larger group.
Example: The local contingent will go home when their races are over.
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contingent

[adj] - possible but not certain to occur 2. [adj] - determined by conditions or circumstances not yet established 3. [adj] - uncertain because of uncontrollable circumstances 4. [n] - a temporary military unit 5. [n] - a gathering of persons representative of some larger group
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Contingent

Con┬Ětin'gent adjective [ Latin contingens , -entis , present participle of contingere to touch on all sides, to happen; con- + tangere to touch: confer French contingent . See Tangent , Tact .] 1. Possible, or liable, but not certain,...
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contingent

contingent on(p) adjective determined by conditions or circumstances not yet established; `arms sales contingent on the approval of congress`
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Contingent

In context of liabilities, those liabilities that do not yet appear on the balance sheet (ie. guarantees, supports, lawsuit settlements). For support or recourse, the trigger may occur at any time in the future.
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Contingent

• (n.) That which falls to one in a division or apportionment among a number; a suitable share; proportion; esp., a quota of troops. • (a.) Possible, or liable, but not certain, to occur; incidental; casual. • (a.) Dependent for effect on something that may or may not occur; as, a contingent estate. • (a.) Dependent on that whic...
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Contingent

What may or may not happen. It depends upon a doubtful event, such as a contingent debt, which is a debt depending upon some uncertain event. A contingent legacy is one which is not vested.
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CONTINGENT

Opposite of
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Contingent

Uncertain or dependent on something else. (See also: contingent beneficiary, contingent interest, contingent fee)
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contingent

determined by conditions or circumstances that follow
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Contingent

That type of being which either can be or not be; a being that can change; a dependent being.
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contingent

a proposition whose truth depends on facts about the world, not on the rules of logic. In modal logic, all true propositions that are not necessary are contingent.
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