Significado de “whoever” - en el Diccionario Inglés

whoever en inglés británico

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whoeverpronoun

uk /huːˈev.ər/ us /huːˈev.ɚ/

whoever pronoun (PERSON)

B2 the person who:

Whoever uprooted that tree ought to be ashamed of themselves.
Could I speak to whoever is in charge of International Sales, please?

Más ejemplos

  • You roll/throw the dice and whoever gets the highest score goes first.
  • There's a reward for whoever finishes first.

whoever pronoun (ANYONE)

B2 any person who:

Can whoever leaves last please lock the door?
He says he bought the car from Frank, whoever Frank is. (= I do not know who Frank is.)

Más ejemplos

  • I shall go out with whoever I please.
  • This is a win-win situation for her, because whoever wins this match, she's still going to be champion.

(Definición de whoever del Cambridge Advanced Learner's Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)

whoever en inglés americano

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whoeverpronoun

us /huˈev·ər/

whoever pronoun (PERSON)

the person who:

Whoever broke the window will have to pay for it.
Note: In formal speech or writing, "whomever" is the form of "whoever" used when it is the object of a verb or preposition.

whoever pronoun (ANYONE)

any person who:

The picketers were shouting at whoever entered the building.
Whoever they are, I don’t want to see them!
Note: In formal speech or writing, "whomever" is the form of "whoever" used when it is the object of a verb or preposition.

whoever pronoun (WHAT PERSON)

(used in place of who for emphasis in questions) what person or persons:

Whoever would believe such a ridiculous story?

(Definición de whoever del Cambridge Academic Content Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)