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when

adverb /wen/
at what time(?)
cuando
When did you arrive? When will you see her again? I asked him when the incident had occurred Tell me when to stop.
whence /wens/ adverb from what place or circumstance (?); from where (?)
de dónde
We sent him back from whence he came.
whenever adverb, conjunction at any time that
cuando, siempre que
Come and see me whenever you want to.
at every time that
cuando, siempre que
I go to the theatre whenever I get the chance.
Translations of “when”
in Arabic مَتى…
in Korean 언제…
in Malaysian bilakah…
in French quand…
in Turkish ne zaman…
in Italian quando…
in Chinese (Traditional) 甚麼時候,何時…
in Russian когда?…
in Polish kiedy…
in Vietnamese khi nào…
in Portuguese quando…
in Thai เมื่อ…
in German wann…
in Catalan quan…
in Japanese いつ…
in Indonesian bilamana…
in Chinese (Simplified) 什么时候,何时…
(Definition of when from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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