Definition of 'who'
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You need somebody on the panel who is able to read and judge medical documentation. Times, Sunday Times (2016)This guy is the only person who has come out and said anything. The Sun (2016)This is about those who are obese getting to a size where they now need assistance. Times, Sunday Times (2016)He freely admits there is a chasm between the man on stage who audiences love and the real person. The Sun (2016)Then there was the woman who rejected house after house because they were too far from a Zumba class. Times, Sunday Times (2016)We want only people who are focused purely on the getting the best result possible. Times, Sunday Times (2010)Who will be able to secure these loans? Times, Sunday Times (2013)All of this calls for a new kind of patient who thinks differently about healthcare. Times, Sunday Times (2012) People who are involved in their locality take ownership of it and it changes the locality. Times, Sunday Times (2011)Those who were able to wait have done better academically and socially. Times, Sunday Times (2010)The only person who gives him respect? Times, Sunday Times (2015)But we need to be engaging with people who we find most unpalatable. Times, Sunday Times (2010)My girlfriend is the only person who keeps me grounded and she is the love my life. The Sun (2013)He looks to me just like a man who would be constant to the memory of his wife. Wives and Daughters (1864)We know these are industries that are partly about who you know as well as what you know. Times, Sunday Times (2015)Let us hear more about those who are coping well with advancing years and how they do so. Times, Sunday Times (2012)The saddest thing is that her only chance is a book about a man who was clearly so unpleasant. Times, Sunday Times (2011)There were big journalists who were able to interview him early in the 2000s. Christianity Today (2000)Thankfully, she married a man who was refreshingly enlightened. Times, Sunday Times (2009)If you look at their squad, they could produce almost two teams who would be able to compete at the finals. The Sun (2012) Police, who were contacted by the hospital, are treating the death as unexplained. Times, Sunday Times (2013) Police, who were there attending to another incident, had asked him to calm down but he refused. Times, Sunday Times (2009)
Trends of 'who'
Extremely Common. who is one of the 1000 most commonly used words in the Collins dictionary
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Translations for 'who'
British English: who /huː/ PRONOUN
You use who in questions when you ask about someone's name.
Who won the quiz?
- American English: who
- Arabic: مَنْ
- Brazilian Portuguese: quem
- Chinese: 谁
- Croatian: tko
- Czech: kdo
- Danish: som
- Dutch: wie
- European Spanish: quién
- Finnish: kuka
- French: qui
- German: wer
- Greek: ποιος
- Italian: chi
- Japanese: 誰
- Korean: 누구
- Norwegian: hvem
- Polish: kto
- European Portuguese: quem
- Romanian: cine
- Russian: кто
- Spanish: quién
- Swedish: vem
- Thai: ใคร
- Turkish: kim
- Ukrainian: хто
- Vietnamese: ai
Definition of who from the Collins English Dictionary
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