Subordinator



or subordinate conjunction
noun, Grammar.
1.
a conjunction introducing a subordinate clause, as when in They were glad when I finished.
subordinating conjunction
noun
1.
a conjunction that introduces subordinate clauses, such as if, because, although, and until Compare coordinating conjunction

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