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Translation of "which" - English-Spanish dictionary

which

pronoun, determiner   /wɪtʃ/
A2 used to ask or talk about a choice between two or more things cuál Which of these do you like best? Which way is it to the station?
A2 UK used to show what thing is being talked about or written about que These are principles which we all believe in.
B1 used to give more information about something que The book, which includes a map, gives you all the information you need about Venice.
(Definition of which from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

which

adjective, pronoun /witʃ/
used in questions etc when asking someone to point out, state etc one or more persons, things etc from a particular known group cuál Which (colour) do you like best? Which route will you travel by? At which station should I change trains? Which of the two girls do you like better? Tell me which books you would like Let me know which train you’ll be arriving on I can’t decide which to choose.
whichever relative adjective, relative pronoun
any (one(s)) that cualquier; el/la que I’ll take whichever (books) you don’t want The prize will go to whichever of them writes the best essay.
no matter which (one(s)) cualquier Whichever way I turned, I couldn’t escape.
which is which(?)
which is one and which is the other (?) cuál es cuál, quién es quién Mary and Susan are twins and I can’t tell which is which.
(Definition of which from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
Translations of “which”
in Vietnamese cái nào, người nào…
in Malaysian yang mana satu…
in Thai อันไหน, สิ่งไหน…
in French quel, lequel, laquelle…
in German welche…
in Indonesian yang mana…
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