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PRON  who | whom | whose ... 
SYNO   WHO | World Health Organization
qui {pron}
2 Words
rappeler call sb. back [sb. who's just left or phone caller]
3 Words
qui que ce soit {adv}no matter who
Qu'importe qc. ?Who cares about sth.?
mil. Qui va ?Who goes there?
Qui est ?Who is there?
Qui diable ?Who on earth?
4 Words
tous (les gens) qui comptenteverybody who is anybody
Regarde qui voilà ! [fam.]Look who it is!
Qui est-ce ?Who is it / that?
chercher quelqu'un qui [+subj.]to look for someone who
présent {m} [personne]person who is present
présente {f}person who is present [female]
5+ Words
Abandonnez toute espérance, vous qui entrez !Abandon hope, all ye who enter here!
Rira bien qui rira le dernier. [loc.]He who laughs last, laughs loudest. [idiom]
C'est lui qui parle le plus.He's the one who talks the most.
On ne lance pas de pierre quand on vit dans une maison de verre !People who live in glass houses shouldn't throw stones! [idiom]
télécom. C'est de la part de qui ? [au téléphone]Who shall I say is calling? [phone call]
télécom. C'est de la part de qui ? [au téléphone]Whom / Who am I speaking with? [phone call]
être mal venu à critiquer qn./ be the last person who should criticise sb./sth. [Br.]
être mal venu de critiquer qn./ be the last person who should criticise sb./sth. [Br.]
être mal venu à critiquer qn./ be the last person who should criticize sb./sth. [Am.]
être mal venu de critiquer qn./ be the last person who should criticize sb./sth. [Am.]
attentiste {m}person who adopts a wait-and-see attitude
attentiste {f}person who adopts a wait-and-see attitude [female]
Fiction (Literature and Film)
film F La Fille qui avait toutThe Girl Who Had Everything [Richard Thorpe]
film F L'Homme qui en savait tropThe Man Who Knew Too Much [Alfred Hitchcock]
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