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whereinconjunction

us   /hweərˈɪn, weər-/
in which, or in which part: The industry will have a situation wherein many companies will be unable to afford to stay in business.
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whereinadverb, conjunction

uk   /weəˈrɪn/ us   /werˈɪn/ old use or formal
in which, or in which part: He gazed once more around the room, wherein were assembled his entire family. He was certainly a pleasant man but wherein lay his charms, she wondered.
(Definition of wherein from the Cambridge Advanced Learners Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)
Translations of “wherein”
in Chinese (Simplified) 在哪方面,在哪里…
in Turkish ki onun içinde, ...in bulunduğu…
in Russian в чем…
in Chinese (Traditional) 在哪方面,在哪裡…
in Polish gdzie, w którym…
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