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WordReference Random House Learner's Dictionary of American English © 2015
who /hu/USA pronunciation
- (used to introduce a question, as the subject or, in informal conversational use, the object of a verb) what person or persons:Who is he? Who is at the door?
- (used in questions to ask about the character or importance of someone):Who does she think she is?
- the person or persons that:Do you know who called?
- (used in relative clauses to refer to a person):The woman who called this morning is here.
Collins Concise English Dictionary © HarperCollins Publishers::
who /huː/ pron
Etymology: Old English hwā; related to Old Saxon hwē, Old High German hwer, Gothic hvas, Lithuanian kàs, Danish hvoUSAGE
- which person? what person? used in direct and indirect questions: he can't remember who did it, who met you?
- used to introduce relative clauses with antecedents referring to human beings: the people who lived here have left
- the one or ones who; whoever: bring who you want
WHO abbreviation for
- World Health Organization