Updated: Aug 16, 2020
If ~ happen to; if ~ at all; if ~ choose to
Mr. Yamano is very strict about time; if you happen to be even five minutes late for an appointment with him. he won't meet with you again.
I'm particularly sensitive to cigarette smoke, so when someone is smoking nearby, I cannot concentrate on anything.
In New York, If you happen to take even a second to move (your car) forward after the traffic light turns green, the driver behind you honks at you immediately.
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