How to say phrase used to indicate the inevitability of what follows it in Japanese

1)というとというと(toiuto) (conj) if one were to speak of ..., then certainly/if it were the case that ..., then certainly/if it were a ..., then certainly/phrase used to indicate the inevitability of what follows it/so that means    
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i am supposed to meet her at three this afternoon.

he enjoyed a new life under the sea.

they had no money to buy concert tickets with.

i took a doze after coming home.

the wind grew stronger.


he is in a hurry to catch the train.

"take a look at this." "eh?" "there's an impact mark on the right-hand side of the bumper."

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