Whose are they meaning?

whose determiner, pronoun /huːz/ /huːz/ jump to other results used in questions to ask who something belongs toWhose house is t

Whose are they meaning?

whose determiner, pronoun /huːz/ /huːz/                            jump to other results

  1. used in questions to ask who something belongs to
  • Whose house is that?
  • I wonder whose this is.

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  1. used to say which person or thing you mean
  • He's a man whose opinion I respect.
  • It's the house whose door is painted red.
  1. used to give more information about a person or thing
  • Isobel, whose brother he was, had heard the joke before.      Word OriginOld English hwæs, genitive of hwā who and hwæt what.See whose in the Oxford Advanced American DictionarySee whose in the Oxford Learner's Dictionary of Academic EnglishCheck pronunciation: whose

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