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whose

pronoun, determiner   /huːz/
B1 used to ask who something belongs to or who someone or something is connected with de quién Whose gloves are these? Whose car shall we use?
B1 used for adding information about a person or thing just mentioned cuyo The story was about a man whose family came from Russia. It was an old house whose owner had died.
(Definition of whose from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

whose

adjective, pronoun /huːz/
belonging to which person(?) de quién/quiénes Whose is this jacket? Whose (jacket) is this? Whose car did you come back in? In whose house did this incident happen? Tell me whose (pens) these are.
(Definition of whose from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
Translations of “whose”
in Vietnamese của ai…
in Malaysian siapa punya…
in Thai ของใคร…
in French à qui, de qui…
in German wessen…
in Indonesian milik siapa…
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