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contingent (s) (noun), contingents (pl)
1. Two things that must touch and come together: "When one thing is contingent upon another thing it is dependent upon it."

"A posible event may be contingent upon certain conditions."

2. Etymology: from Old French contingent or directly from Latin contingentem, contingens, "happening, touching," and from contingere, "to touch".
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