6. CONJ | You use if to introduce a subordinate clause in which you admit a fact which you regard as less important than the statement in the main clause.
- If there was any disappointment it was probably temporary.
6. used to admit that something is possible, but to say that it is not very important.
- If she has any weakness, it is her Italian.
- So what if he was late. Who cares?
- If some want to buy expensive cars while others want to buy expensive houses, we assume that they know what is best for them and ...