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contingent /kənˈtɪnʤənt/  

  • adjective
    formal :depending on something else that might or might not happen - usually + on or upon
    Our plans are contingent on the weather.
    plural -gents
    [count] a group of people who go to a place together, do something together, or share some quality, interest, etc.
    The group that makes up the largest contingent of voters in this area is the elderly.
    A contingent of reporters waited in front of the court for the defendant to appear.
    a group of soldiers who come from a particular army and are working together with soldiers from other armies
    A British contingent was sent to assist the security forces.