who're

Translations

who're

[ˈhuːər]
I've got loads of friends who're unemployed → J'ai des tas d'amis au chômage.
Who're you going to the pictures with? → Avec qui vas-tu au ciné?
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"Ever since they've all turned against her, all those who're a thousand times worse than she, I've thought she did a very fine thing.
The boys, managed by Louis Walsh who oversees G4 - who're into the final on the talent show - said even their loyalty to Louis couldn't cloud their judgement on the best contestant.
But it's not only humans who're getting larger, we've now also got fatter cars.
Not helping matters are the boy's parents (Bradley Whitford and Cynthia Nixon) who're in the throes of divorce and, because of Manhattan's sky-high rents, forced to share the same apartment.
"My condolences go out to his family who're absolutely devastated here tonight.
And Ivo Ilicevic's late goal made it 2-1 for Hamburg at Freiburg, who're now both level on points at the bottom.
But his deal with Provos has meant that police chiefs, who're set to confiscate his assets, have been left with a paltry sum of pounds 361,000 in comparison.
Caley Thistle, who're currently on their pre-season tour of England, let 10 players go in the summer as part of a mass rebuilding job.
While Brayley and Todd - who're still sorting out their job titles - reckon that their fitness consultancy will be even bigger than WeightWatchers...
I know people who're just dying to get one but they'll be waiting a while.
They also lost two key players to injury - Argentinian winger Leandro Grimi and Chilean ace Jaime Valdes, who're both rated as serious doubts for the trip to Glasgow.
She wasn't happy with me because I'd used her, in this column, as an example of the loaded celebrities who're giving cash to the tsunami appeal, lecturing us to do the same, and then enjoying the extra publicity they receive from it.
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