English to Greek Meaning :: whose

Whose :
του οποίου
τίνος, ποιανού, γενική του WHO, γενική του WHICH
του οποίου
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Article(1) belonging to or associated with which person.(2) of whom or which (used to indicate that the following noun belongs to or is associated with the person or thing mentioned in the previous clause).

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(1) whose is this?(2) a writer whose work doesn't avoid the truth(3) a door whose hinges need lubricating(4) a minivan was parked at the curb and Juliet wondered whose it was(5) flags tell us whose country's team is playing(6) It featured two mothers whose daughters had been lured into relationships by the men.(7) a place whose population is 300(8) It is their very irony that will appeal to precisely the people whose passions they parody.(9) we don't know whose work will be the best(10) It belongs to Lucy Smooth, whose husband used to keep it under control until he died.(11) Kyle, whose back was to her, turned around as he followed the gazes of his two friends.(12) he's a man whose opinion I respect(13) they want to know whose fault it is(14) a Mini was parked at the kerb and Juliet wondered whose it was(15) The attacker, whose face was covered by a hood, grabbed her from behind in the dark alley.(16) In fact, he is a mere boy whose life is so painful that it does not seem to him to be worth living.
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1. whose ::
του οποίου
2. whom ::
ποιόν
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Word Example from TV Shows

The best way to learn proper English is to read news report, and watch news on TV. Watching TV shows is a great way to learn casual English, slang words, understand culture reference and humor. If you have already watched these shows then you may recall the words used in the following dialogs.

- Well, whose fault was that?
- Complimentary nachos.

- Well, WHOSE fault was that? - Complimentary nachos.

The Big Bang Theory Season 4, Episode 4


whose lives we would stop\\Nin their tracks.\

WHOSE lives we would stop
in their tracks."

Money Heist Season 1, Episode 1


whose value you do not respect.

WHOSE value you do not respect.

Game of Thrones Season 5, Episode 3


whose support we are going to need.

WHOSE support we are going to need.

Game of Thrones Season 8, Episode 4


Whose truck is that?

Whose truck is that?

Breaking Bad Season 5, Episode 14


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