Translation of whom in Spanish:


Pronunciation /huːm//hum/



  • 1

    (in questions, indirect questions)
    whom did you visit? ¿a quién visitaste?
    • a letter from whom? ¿una carta de quién?
    • she didn't know whom to trust no sabía en quién confiar
    • I often wonder whom she will eventually marry muchas veces me pregunto con quién se casará finalmente
    • You are never quite sure which actor is sitting where, or which voice belongs to whom.
    • This will be a comfort to Cameron, over whom Vogts had appeared to blow hot and cold.
    • The poor reader must be as confused as Media Watch about who has done what to whom.
    • It has yet to make up its mind as to whom to talk, what to talk and how to move in this matter.
    • So many people to say hello to, none of whom you really notice when you work there every time.
    • I am now with a lady of whom I am fond, but not in love, and I find it harder to respond to her.
    • People will now vote for whom they are told, forced to vote by people who have a hold over them.
    • She has come with two friends, one of whom is carrying her dinner in a cardboard box.
    • She said other businesses to whom she had spoken were willing to take the same action.
    • Perhaps he tried it out on a few friends, who showed it to their friends, one of whom took a copy.
    • The congenial old All Black to whom he had been chatting was suddenly a different man.
    • Passively loved by the rich, he had a playboy father to whom he dedicates this book.
    • Both explore who said what to whom, or who made up what and why, in the run-up to the war.
    • The couple have two sons, one of whom lives with them while the other is in Somerset.
    • Your victim could be the workmate with whom you shared a sandwich from your lunchbox.
    • The team also spoke to people in the West End Bar, some of whom were there the week before.
    • That is not a solution available to most people for whom email has become a necessity.
    • Only three people are still living at the hostel, one of whom is said to have a firm offer of a new home.
    • To my left was a battered pair, both of whom had dark rings under their eyes and swollen faces.
    • Each poster featured three women laughing, one of whom had a glass of wine in her hand.
  • 2

    (as relative)
    the cousin whom I mentioned earlier el primo que / a quien mencioné antes
    • the girls, both of whom could dance las chicas, que ambas sabían bailar
    • his friends, none of whom had any money sus amigos, ninguno de los cuales tenía dinero