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Spanish translation of “which”

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)
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