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- (UK) enPR: hwĭch, IPA: /ʍɪʧ/, SAMPA: /WItS/
- (US) enPR: wĭch, IPA: /wɪʧ/ or /ʍɪʧ/, SAMPA: /wItS/
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- in accents with the wine-whine merger
- (question) You use which to ask for the selection of one or more members of some set.
- There are a lot of new books this year. Which ones do you like?
- Excuse me, which way is the toilet?
- Which of the two wines is cheaper?
- Which of the following cheeses are usually made from sheep's milk? A. pecorino B. vaccino C. provolone D. chevre.
- (relative) You use which to add a clause to explain what thing you're talking about.
- For several seconds he sat in silence, during which time the tea and sandwiches arrived.
- I'm thinking of getting a new car, in which case I'd get a red one.
- (relative) You use which to add a clause to give more information about the thing you're talking about.
- We've met some problems which are very difficult to handle.
- He walked by a door with a sign which reads: PRIVATE OFFICE.
- He had to leave, which was very difficult.
- We have to protect the environment in which we live.
- No art can be properly understood apart from the culture of which it is a part.