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'whose' 的定义

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There was little doubt about whose side the public were on. The Sun (2017)And what about the ones whose applications fail? Times, Sunday Times (2016)Praise from the one person whose opinion matters most gets important plans working. The Sun (2016)That's not to mention clauses whose parentage and application is a matter of legal dispute. Times, Sunday Times (2016)There is one man who bears overwhelming responsibility for this disaster ; a man whose barbaric military tactics have caused the vast majority of those 400,000 deaths. Times, Sunday Times (2016)Town halls across the UK have paid 12 million in compensation over four years to motorists whose cars were damaged by potholes. Times, Sunday Times (2016)A PREGNANT woman whose car rolled backwards off a harbour wall blamed it on a faulty electronic handbrake. The Sun (2016)The person whose holidays you dread because of the six hours of sunset snaps that will follow. Times, Sunday Times (2014)And the person whose opinion matters most to you will be impressed. The Sun (2016)You can tell who the leader is in advance by watching for the person whose movements set other people moving. O'Connor, Joseph & Seymour, John Training with N.L.P. (1994)This is to give us time fully to reflect on the life and work of the person whose memory we honour. Times, Sunday Times (2009)For those whose car parks are accessible from the open street, clamping is the only answer. Times, Sunday Times (2007)The benefits appear to be confined to women; men whose wives exercised did not experience the same improvement in mood. Times, Sunday Times (2015)LAST month you sent 300 to a family making trips to hospital whose car needed repairs. The Sun (2012)Of course, this can lead to the selection of a person whose undisclosed background makes him or her a risk of harm to others. Christianity Today (2000)Critics say urban chargers are best suited to an early generation of electric cars whose maximum range of about 100 miles has failed to impress buyers. Times, Sunday Times (2015)But this is a car whose faults you easily forgive, especially when you hear the V8 bark. Times, Sunday Times (2012)The point is that it's a painting about temptation, whose opening gambit is to tempt you. Times, Sunday Times (2007)MY heart goes out to the people in the Cumbrian towns whose property and belongings have been ruined by the floods. The Sun (2009)THE first heavy snow of the season is a timely reminder to millions of drivers whose cars are unprepared for the extra problems winter can bring. The Sun (2008)

whose 的趋势

极其常用。在柯林斯辞典中, whose 是1千个最常用词之一。

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whose 的翻译

英式英语: whose /huːz/ DETERMINER
You use whose to ask who something belongs to.
Whose bag is this?
  • 美式英语: whose
  • 阿拉伯语: لـِمَنْ
  • 巴西葡萄牙语: de quem
  • 简体中文: 谁的
  • 克罗地亚语: čiji
  • 捷克语: čí
  • 丹麦语: hvis
  • 荷兰语: van wie
  • 欧洲西班牙语: de quién
  • 芬兰语: kenen
  • 法语: à qui
  • 德语: dessen
  • 希腊语: τίνος
  • 意大利语: di chi
  • 日语: 誰の
  • 韩语: 누구의
  • 挪威语: hvem sin
  • 波兰语: czyj
  • 欧洲葡萄牙语: de quem
  • 罗马尼亚语: al cui
  • 俄语: чей
  • 西班牙语: cuyo
  • 瑞典语: vars
  • 泰语: ของผู้ใด
  • 土耳其语: ki onun
  • 乌克兰语: чий
  • 越南语: của ai
英式英语: whose /huːz/ PRONOUN
You use whose to explain who something belongs to.
He shouted at the driver whose car was blocking the street.
  • 美式英语: whose
  • 阿拉伯语: الَّذِي
  • 巴西葡萄牙语: cujo
  • 简体中文: 谁的
  • 克罗地亚语: čije
  • 捷克语: čí
  • 丹麦语: hvis
  • 荷兰语: van wie
  • 欧洲西班牙语: cuyo
  • 芬兰语: kenen
  • 法语: dont
  • 德语: wessen
  • 希腊语: του οποίου
  • 意大利语: di chi
  • 日语: 誰のもの
  • 韩语: 누구의 것
  • 挪威语: hvem sin
  • 波兰语: czyj
  • 欧洲葡萄牙语: cujo
  • 罗马尼亚语: al căruia
  • 俄语: чей
  • 西班牙语: de quién
  • 瑞典语: vars
  • 泰语: ของใคร
  • 土耳其语: kimin
  • 乌克兰语: чий
  • 越南语: của ai

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