Abbreviation: ВОЗ Всемирная организация здравоохранения Всемирная организация здравоохранения ООН
Pronoun: кто который те, кто тот, кто


an artist who knows how to breathe life into a picture - художник, который знает, как вдохнуть жизнь в картину

scientist who cloisters himself in a laboratory - учёный, который отгораживается от мира в лаборатории

to bring the light of Christianity to those who walk in darkness - принести свет христианства пребывающим во тьме

the Nicolaitans, who were a derivation from the Gnostics - николаиты были ответвлением гностиков

those who were external to Christianity - люди, не относящиеся к христианскому миру

the man who is gowned in love's robe - человек, охваченный (окутанный) чувством любви

those who are just coming into their time of inflorescence - те, кто только входят в пору своего расцвета

grown children who have left the nest - взрослые дети, покинувшие родное гнездо

sinners, in other words those who are poor in spirit - грешники, другими словами, нищие духом

parents who reject their children - родители, которые отталкивают своих детей

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Who is there? - Кто там?

Who do you work for? - На кого ты работаешь?

Do you know who has come? - Знаете ли вы, кто пришел?

Who did you give it to? - Кому вы это дали?

Who locked the door? - Кто запер дверь?

Who the hell are you? - кто ты такой, чёрт (тебя) побери?

Who's that guy with your wife? - Что это за тип с твоей женой?

Do you know the people who live over the road? - Вы знаете людей, которые живут через дорогу?

He doesn't know who to vote for. - Он не знает, за кого голосовать.

Who on earth would live in such a lonely place? - Кто же станет жить в таком одиноком месте?

I discussed it with my brother, who is a lawyer. - Я обсудил это со своим братом, который является юристом.

She wondered who had sent the flowers. - Она подумала: кто же прислал эти цветы?

We have the occasional argument. Who doesn't? (=everyone does) - Мы иногда ссоримся. С кем не бывает? (т.е. такое бывает со всеми)

Who wants to come second? (=no one does) - Кому же захочется прийти вторым? (т.е. никому)

They never found out who the murderer was. - Они так и не узнали, кто убийца.

She was the one who did most of the talking. - Именно она больше всех и говорила.

Alison Jones and her husband David, who live in Hartlepool, are celebrating their golden wedding anniversary. - Элисон Джонс и её муж Дэвид, проживающие в Хартлпуле, празднуют свою золотую свадьбу.

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Связанные термины:

who'd: Who'd is the usual spoken form of 'who had', especially when 'had' is an auxiliary verb .

who's: Who's is the usual spoken form of 'who is' or 'who has', especially when 'has' is an auxiliary verb .

who'll: Who'll is a spoken form of 'who will' or 'who shall'.

whore: A whore is the same as a → prostitute .

who've: Who've is the usual spoken form of 'who have,' especially when 'have' is an auxiliary verb .

who's who: a book or list containing the names and short biographies of famous people

who cares: You can say ' Who cares ? ' to emphasize that something does not matter to you at all.

you-know-who: a person whose name one does not want to say, but who is known to the person to whom one is speaking

who-does-what: (of a dispute, strike, etc) relating to the separation of kinds of work performed by different trade unions

who needs sth?: You can say ' Who needs something?' as a way of emphasizing that you think that this thing is unnecessary or not useful .

as who should say: as if one should say

show someone who's boss: to prove to someone that you have more power or control than they do

you know what: a thing or person that the speaker cannot or does not want to specify

anyone who is anyone/anybody who is anybody: You use anyone who is anyone and anybody who is anybody to refer to people who are important or influential .

who is sb kidding/who is sb trying to kid?: You can say ' who is she kidding? ' or ' who is he trying to kid ? ' if you think it is obvious that someone is not being sincere and does not mean what they say.

he who pays the piper calls the tune: If you say ' He who pays the piper ' or ' He who pays the piper calls the tune ', you mean that the person who provides the money for something decides what will be done, or has a right to decide what will be done.

people who live in glass houses shouldn't throw stones: said to mean that you have faults and so you should not criticize other people for their faults

what in the world/who in the world/where in the world: You can use in the world in expressions such as what in the world and who in the world to emphasize a question, especially when expressing surprise or anger .

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