Bedeutung von “who” — Learner’s Dictionary

who

pronoun us uk /huː/
Who gave you permission to enter?Who did you speak to when you rang earlier?Who was that at the door?Who will be conducting the interview?Who'll be going to the party?
NAME

A1 used to ask about someone's name or which person or group someone is talking about:

Who told you?
Who's that?
WHICH PERSON

A2 used at the beginning of a relative clause to show which person or group of people you are talking about:

That's the man who I saw in the bank.
ADD INFORMATION

B1 used to give more information about someone:

My brother, who's only just seventeen, has already passed his driving test.

(Definition von “who” aus dem Cambridge Learner's Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)