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who's

 (ho͞oz)
1. Contraction of who is.
2. Contraction of who has.

who's

(huːz)
contraction of
who is

who's

short for who is, who has.
Translations

who's

[ˈhuːz]
Who's that? → C'est qui?
Who's moved my bike? → Qui est-ce qui a déplacé ma moto?
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The men who stood round much approved this speech, and one of them said, "It is desperate hard, and if a man sometimes does what is wrong it is no wonder, and if he gets a dram too much who's to blow him up?
It is hard lines for man and it is hard lines for beast, and who's to mend it I don't know: but anyway you might tell the poor beast that you were sorry to take it out of him in that way.
Who's over him, he cries; --aye, he would be a democrat to all above; look, how he lords it over all below
Oh, bother the credit and who's been right or wrong
He's the type who's kept Europe back for a thousand years.
and you couldn't have come in because you were ill, or you'd have spoken to the woman of the place, who's obviously respectable.
Of course the superficial, on reflection," said Flambeau, "would think first of this Australian brother who's been in trouble before, who's come back so suddenly and who's just the man to have shabby confederates.
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TWO Huddersfield people rub shoulders with Olympic champions as newcomers in the 2013 edition of Who's Who.
Who's gone: With Darron Thomas deciding early on he wouldn't bother flirting with the idea of leaving this offseason, Oregon's depth chart returns intact.

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