Spanish translation of 'whom'
- (in direct and indirect questions)
⇒ whom did you see?
¿a quién viste?
⇒ from whom did you receive it?
¿de quién lo recibiste?
⇒ I know of whom you are talking
sé de quién hablas
⇒ the gentleman whom I saw
el señor a quien or al cual or al que vi(less formal),
el señor que vi
⇒ the lady whom I saw
la señora a quien or a la cual or a la que vi(less formal),
la señora que vi
⇒ the lady with whom I was talking
la señora con la que or con la cual or con quien hablaba
⇒ three policemen, none of whom wore a helmet
tres policías, ninguno de los cuales llevaba casco
⇒ three policemen, two of whom were drunk
tres policías, dos de los cuales estaban borrachos
⇒ three policemen, all of whom were drunk
tres policías, que estaban todos borrachos
Example Sentences Including 'whom'
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He was a man for whom the demolition of a church was as painful as the felling of a friend.Times, Sunday Times (2014)
And he was really a very pleasing young man, a young man whom any woman not fastidious might like.Emma (1815)
In secret she had known of a man on whom it had been worked.Emily Fox-Seton (1901)
He did not seem to be concerned about whom his opinions might be hurting.Times, Sunday Times (2016)
A woman with whom most women identify and about whom most men fantasise.Times, Sunday Times (2007)
Families harbour secrets; we know both most and least about those with whom we share our home.Times, Sunday Times (2008)
He is the sort of man with whom no dad feels comfortable hanging out.Times, Sunday Times (2012)
Many of his victims were homeless men whom he attacked in a park in southern Moscow.Times, Sunday Times (2017)
Then there are jockeys about whom we don't know enough.The Sun (2008)
That trail has now been traced to a handful of officers and men from whom a chain of command leads to the Kremlin.Times, Sunday Times (2016)
He was a man whom others trusted and was known for his integrity.Christianity Today (2000)
Also, be ambitious about whom you invite.Working with Teenagers (1994)
Many women come to fear the men with whom they live.Everyday Violence (1990)
So you have to be very careful about whom you go to.Superdog! Action plans that work for a happy and well-behaved pet (1990)
Trends of 'whom'
Extremely Common. whom is one of the 1000 most commonly used words in the Collins dictionary
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'whom' in Other Languages
British English: whom /huːm/ PRONOUN
Whom is used in formal or written English instead of `who' when somebody does something to somebody.
The book is about her husband, whom she married ten years ago.
- American English: whom
- Arabic: مَنْ
- Brazilian Portuguese: que
- Chinese: 谁
- Croatian: tko
- Czech: komu
- Danish: hvem
- Dutch: wie
- European Spanish: a quién
- Finnish: ketä
- French: à qui
- German: wem
- Greek: τον οποίο
- Italian: che
- Japanese: 誰を
- Korean: 누구에게
- Norwegian: hvem
- Polish: kogo
- European Portuguese: que
- Romanian: carereferitor la persoane
- Russian: кто
- Spanish: a quién
- Swedish: som
- Thai: ผู้ซึ่ง
- Turkish: kime/kimi
- Ukrainian: кому
- Vietnamese: người nào
Translation of whom from the Collins English to Spanish Dictionary