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which adj, pronoun 1 used in questions, indirect questions and statements: to identify or specify a thing or person, usually from a known set or group can't decide which book is better Which did you choose? 2 used to introduce a defining or identifying relative clause animals which hibernate the evidence on which it is based. 3 used to introduce a commenting clause, used chiefly in reference to things or ideas rather than people The house, which lies back from the road, is painted red. 4 used in a relative clause, meaning 'any that' Take which books you want Tell me which you fancy. which is which? said of two or more virtually indistinguishable people or things, etc: which is the one, which is the other?
ETYMOLOGY: Anglo-Saxon hwilc.
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