Hindi translation of 'whom'
whom /huːm हूम्/
You use whom in questions when you ask about the name or identity of a person or group of people.
'I want to send a telegram.' — 'Fine, to whom?'
Whom did he expect to answer his phone?
You use whom to introduce a clause where you talk about the name or identity of a person or a group of people.
He asked me whom I'd seen.
They may appoint whom they like.
You use whom at the beginning of a relative clause when specifying the person or people you are talking about, or when giving more information about them.
जिस (में) या जिसे
One writer in whom I was interested was Immanuel Velikovsky.
The workers whom I knew had little money and little free time.
4. See note at who
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Example Sentences Including 'whom'
Handed them all the names of anybody of whom he had the slightest suspicion of spying.THE COMPANY OF STRANGERS (2002)
I don't know what exactly he is buying or from whom , or even whether it is in New York.THE COMPANY OF STRANGERS (2002)
Malone tossed up in his mind whom to take with him: Andy Graham or Gail Lee.YESTERDAY'S SHADOW (2002)
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'whom' in Other Languages
- Arabic: مَنْ
- Brazilian Portuguese: que
- Chinese: 谁
- Croatian: tko
- Czech: komu kým
- Danish: hvem
- Dutch: wie
- European Spanish: a quién a quiénes
- Finnish: ketä
- French: à qui
- German: wem
- Greek: τον οποίο την οποία
- Italian: che chi
- Japanese: 誰を
- Korean: 누구에게
- Norwegian: hvem
- Polish: kogo
- Portuguese: que
- Romanian: carereferitor la persoane
- Russian: кто
- Spanish: a quién a quiénes
- Swedish: som
- Thai: ผู้ซึ่ง
- Turkish: kime/kimi
- Ukrainian: кому кого
- Vietnamese: người nào
Translation of whom from the Collins English to Hindi Dictionary