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Translation of "where" - English-Spanish dictionary

where

adverb /weə/
(to or in) which place (?) dónde Where are you going (to)? Do you know where we are? Where does he get his ideas from? We asked where to find a good restaurant. whereabouts adverb near or in what place(?) dónde Whereabouts is it? I don’t know whereabouts it is. whereabouts noun singular or plural the place where a person or thing is paradero I don’t know his whereabouts. whereas conjunction when in fact; but on the other hand cuando de hecho; pero He thought I was lying, whereas I was telling the truth. whereby relative pronoun by which por el/la/lo cual We made a deal whereby he would have to deliver the goods by the end of the month. whereupon conjunction at or after which time, event etc después de lo cual He insulted her, whereupon she slapped him. wherever relative pronoun no matter where (a)donde quiera que…, esté donde esté… I’ll follow you wherever you may go Wherever he is he will be thinking of you. (to or in) any place that adonde, donde Go wherever he tells you to go.
Translations of “where”
in Arabic أيْن…
in Korean 어디에…
in Malaysian di manakah…
in French oû…
in Turkish nerede…
in Italian dove…
in Chinese (Traditional) 去哪裡, 在哪裡, 處於某種階段…
in Russian где?…
in Polish gdzie…
in Vietnamese ở đâu…
in Portuguese onde, aonde…
in Thai ที่ไหน…
in German wo(-hin, -her)…
in Catalan on…
in Japanese どこに(へ、を、で)…
in Indonesian ke mana, di mana, dari mana…
in Chinese (Simplified) 去哪里, 在哪里, 处于某种阶段…
(Definition of where from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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