• US /hwɪtʃ,wɪtʃ/
  • UK /wɪtʃ/
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  • det. 那個 ; 那一個 ; 任何其中之一 ; 那是 ; 但那個 ; 哪一個 ; 何 ; 哪 ; 那 ; 孰;
  • pron. (用做關係代名詞)那一個;那一些; 哪一個;
  • Which food do you want, the hot or the cold?
  • I really love that apple pie which we had last night
  • Which do you like better, apples or oranges?

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  1. and what two colours to make violet? red and blue which means you need red to make violet and since violets are actually blue. and that means you need red to make it blue

    而哪兩個顏色一起會是紫色?紅跟藍 那就代表洪其實可以做成紫色 而因為紫色其實是藍色 所以代表你需要紅色去做藍色
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  1. A synonym to [of which] and likewise an inanimate alternative to [whose], the possessive of [who]. Whereas "whose" is defined to be the possessive of both "who" and "which", there is a hesitation to use "whose" with an inanimate antecedent, and so the word "which's" is beginning to be used instead.
    "If the previous request (which's response was generated by the jsp) set a cookie on the client" "A game for all four contestants, one of which reviews a film, which's title is selected by the audience. The other three act out the film described by the reviewer."
  2. "Which?" is used by some English speakers, e.g. on Dublin's north side, when they meant to say "Sorry, I didn't understand what you just said."
    Gilbert: Please hold your orthorexic lessons while I'm eating! Michael: Which?