What's That Job And How The Hell Do I Get It? PDF Free Download

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  • What: adjective how remarkable or striking for good or bad qualities.

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What's That Job And How The Hell Do I Get It? PDF Free Download

English[edit]

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Etymology[edit]

From Middle Englishwhat, from Old Englishhwæt(what), from Proto-Germanic*hwat(what), from Proto-Indo-European*kʷód(what), neuter form of *kʷós(who). Cognate with Scotswhit(what), North Frisianwat(what), Saterland Frisianwat(what), West Frisianwat(what), Dutchwat(what), Low Germanwat(what), Germanwas(what), Danishhvad(what), Norwegian Bokmålhva(what), Swedishvad(what), Norwegian Nynorskkva(what), Icelandichvað(what), Latinquod(what, which).

Pronunciation[edit]

  • (General Australian)IPA(key): /wɔt/
  • (UK,General New Zealand)enPR: hwŏt, wŏt, IPA(key): /ʍɒt/, /wɒt/
    • Audio (UK)
      (in accents with the winewhine merger)
  • (NYC)enPR: wŏt, IPA(key): /wɒt/
    • Audio (US)
      (winewhine merged)
  • Rhymes: -ɒt
  • Homophones: Watt, watt, wot(all only in British, Australian, New Zealand, New York City accents with the wine–whine merger)
  • (Canada,US)enPR: hwŭt, wŭt, IPA(key): (without winewhine merger)/ʍʌt/, (with winewhine merger)/wʌt/
    • (Canada,US, unstressed)IPA(key): (flapped)[wʌɾ], (glottalized)[wʌˀ]
    • Audio (US)
      (stressed, in accents without the winewhine merger)
    • Audio (US)
      (stressed, in accents with the winewhine merger)
    • Audio (US)
      (unstressed, flapped,whine-wine merged)
    • Audio (US)
      (unstressed, glottalized,whine-wine merged)
  • Rhymes: -ʌt

Pronoun[edit]

what

  1. (interrogative) Which thing, event, circumstance, etc.: used in asking for the specification of an identity, quantity, quality, etc.
    What is your name?
    Ask them what they want.
    • 2016, VOA Learning English (public domain)
      The gym is across from … what? — The gym is across from the lounge. — Across from the lounge. Right. Thanks!
      Audio (US)
  2. (fused relative) That which; those that; the thing(s) that.
    What is amazing is his boundless energy.
    And, what's even worse, I have to work on Sunday too.
  3. (fused relative)Anything that; all that; whatever.
    What is mine is yours.
  4. (relative,nonstandard)That; which; who.
    'Ere! There's that bloke what I saw earlier!
    • 1902, J. M. Barrie, The Admirable Crichton:
      That’s her; that’s the thing what has stole his heart from me.
    • 2017, Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2:
      For, it is a name what strikes fear in the heart of anyone what hears it.

Translations[edit]


  • Afrikaans: wat(af)
  • Aklanon: ano
  • Albanian: çfarë(sq), ç'
  • American Sign Language: [email protected]@SideTrunkhigh-PalmUp Sidetoside-Sidetoside
  • Arabic: مَاذَا(māḏā), مَا(ar)()
    Egyptian Arabic: ايه(ēh)
    Gulf Arabic: شنو(šinu)
    Hijazi Arabic: إيش(ʾēš)
    Iraqi Arabic: شنو(šunu)
    Levantine Arabic: شُو(šū), إِيش(ʾēš)
    Moroccan Arabic: أشنو(ʾašnu), شنو(šnu), شني(šni), شني(šanni), آش(ʾāš), أش(ʾaš), ش(š-)
    Najdi Arabic: وش(weš), إِيش(ʾēš)
  • Armenian: ինչ(hy)(inčʿ)
  • Aromanian: tsi
  • Assamese: কি(ki)
  • Asturian: qué(ast)
  • Azerbaijani: (az)
  • Bakhtiari: چی(čē), چه(čē)
  • Balinese: apa
  • Bashkir: ни(ni), нимә(nimä)
  • Basque: zer
  • Belarusian: што(be)(što)
  • Bengali: কী(ki)
  • Bikol Central: ano
  • Brahui: anth
  • Breton: petra(br)
  • Bulgarian: какво́(kakvó), що(bg)(što)
  • Burmese: ဘာ(my)(bha)
  • Butuanon: ngan
  • Catalan: què(ca)
  • Cebuano: unsa
  • Chechen: хӏун(hun)
  • Chichewa: chiyani
  • Chickasaw: nanta
  • Chinese:
    Cantonese: 乜嘢(mat1 je5), (yue)(me1), (yue)(mat1)
    Dungan: са(sa)
    Gan: 什哩(siit6 'li4, xit6 'li4, siit6 li, xit6 li)
    Hakka: 麼個, 么个(má-ke, mak-ke)
    Jin: (seng3)
    Mandarin: 什麼(zh), 什么(zh)(shénme), (zh)(shá)(Northern dialect), (zh)()
    Min Dong: 什乇(sié-nó̤h, siéh-nó̤h)
    Min Nan: (zh-min-nan)(siáⁿ, sáⁿ, siahⁿ, sahⁿ), 啥物(zh-min-nan)(siáⁿ-mih, siáⁿ-mi̍h, siáⁿ-mí), 啥貨(zh-min-nan), 啥货(siáⁿ-hòe, siáⁿ-hè, sáⁿ-hòe, sáⁿ-hè, sáⁿ-hèr), 物代(mih-tāi, bìn-tāi)(Kinmen, Magong)
    Wu: (sa)
    Xiang: 麼子(mo3 zr)
  • Chuvash: мӗн(mĕn)
  • Classical Nahuatl: tleh, tlein, tleihqueh(plural)
  • Czech: co(cs)
  • Dalmatian: co
  • Danish: hvad(da)
  • Dargwa: се(se)
  • Dutch: wat(nl)
  • Eastern Mari: мо(mo)
  • Esperanto: kio(eo)
  • Estonian: mis(et), mida(et)
  • Even: як(jak)
  • Evenki: экун(əkun)
  • Faroese: hvat(fo)
  • Finnish: mikä(fi), mitä(fi)
  • French: quoi(fr), que(fr), qu'est-ce que(fr), qu'est-ce qui(fr), quel(fr)m
  • Friulian: ce
  • Galician: que(gl)
  • Gamilaraay: minya
  • Georgian: რა(ka)(ra)
  • German: was(de)
    Alemannic German: waas
  • Gothic: 𐍈𐌰(ƕa)
  • Greek: τί(), ίντα(el)(ínta)(Aegean and Cypriot dialects)
    • Ancient Greek: τίn()
  • Hawaiian: aha
  • Hebrew: מה(he)(ma)
  • Hiligaynon: ano
  • Hindi: क्या(hi)(kyā), का(hi)()
  • Hungarian: mi(hu), mit(hu)
  • Hunsrik: was
  • Ibanag: anni
  • Icelandic: hvað(is)
  • Ido: quo(io), quon
  • Ilocano: ania
  • Indonesian: apa(id), mana(id)
  • Ingush: фу(fu)
  • Interlingua: qual
  • Irish: cad, céard
    Old Irish: cid
  • Isan: อิหยัง(ì-yǎng)
  • Isnag: naxan
  • Italian: che cosa, che(it), cosa(it)
  • Japanese: (ja)(なに, nani)(when used alone), なん(ja)(nan)(when used with another word)
  • Javanese: apa(jv)
  • Jingpho: hpa
  • Kalmyk: ю(yu)
  • Kannada: ಏನು(kn)(ēnu)
  • Kapampangan: nanu(when used alone), nan/nang(when used with another word)
  • Karakhanid: نا()
  • Karelian: mis
  • Kashubian: co
  • Kazakh: не(kk)(ne)
  • Khmer: អី(’əy), អ្វី(km)(’vǝy), ស្អី(km)(s’əy)
  • K'iche': jas
  • Kikuyu: atĩa
  • Korean: 무엇(ko)(mueot), (ko)(mwo)
  • Krio: wetin
  • Kriol: wot, wani, wanim
  • Kurdish:
    Central Kurdish: چی(ku)(çî)
    Northern Kurdish: çi(ku)
  • Kyrgyz: эмне(ky)(emne), не(ky)(ne)
  • Laboya: aha
  • Lao: ຫຍັງ(lo)(nyang)
  • Latin: quid(la)
  • Latvian: kas(lv)(who and what)
  • Lezgi: вуч(vuč)
  • Limburgish: wat(li)
  • Lithuanian: kas(lt)(who and what)
  • Livonian: mis
  • Lombard: che(lmo)
  • Low German:
    German Low German: wat(nds)
  • Macedonian: што(što), какво(kakvo)
  • Malay:
    Jawi: اڤ
    Rumi: apa(ms)
  • Malayalam: എന്ത്(ml)(entŭ), എന്തൊരു(ml)(entoru)
  • Maltese: xiex, x'
  • Manchu: ᠶᠠ(ya), ᠠᡳ(ai)
  • Manx: cre
  • Maore Comorian: trini
  • Maori: aha(mi), aha(mi)(for an object), wai(mi)(for a person), hea(for a place)
  • Maranao: ngin
  • Marathi: काय(mr)(kāy)
  • Moksha: мезе(meze)
  • Mongolian: юу(mn)(yuu), уу(mn)(uu)
  • Mwani: kinani
  • Nanai: хай
  • Navajo: haʼátʼíísh, daa
  • Neapolitan: quale, che cosa
  • Ngarrindjeri: minye
  • Ngazidja Comorian: hindri
  • Northern Ohlone: hinṭo
  • Northern Thai: please add this translation if you can
  • Norwegian:
    Bokmål: hva(no)
    Nynorsk: kva(nn)
  • Occitan: qué(oc)
  • Old Church Slavonic:
    Cyrillic: чьто(čĭto)
    Glagolitic: ⱍⱐⱅⱁ(čĭto)
  • Old Dutch: wat
  • Old East Slavic: чьто(čĭto)
  • Old English: hwæt
  • Old Frisian: hwet
  • Old Saxon: hwat
  • Old Turkic: 𐰤𐰀(ne)
  • Oriya: କଣ(or)(kôṇô)
  • Ossetian: цы(cy)
  • Ottoman Turkish: نه(ne)
  • Pangasinan: anto
  • Pashto: څه(ps)()
  • Pela: pɛ̠⁵⁵, pɛ̠⁵⁵ tʃuŋ⁵¹
  • Persian: چه(fa)(če), چی(fa)(či), چه چیزی(če čizi)
  • Pipil: tay
  • Polish: co(pl)
  • Portuguese: o que
  • Rapa Nui: aha
  • Romanian: ce(ro)
  • Russian: что(ru)(što)
  • Rusyn: што(što)
  • Scots: whit
  • Scottish Gaelic:
  • Serbo-Croatian:
    Cyrillic: што̏, шта̏, кај(Kajkavian)
    Roman: štȍ(sh), štȁ, kaj(Kajkavian)
  • Shan: please add this translation if you can
  • Shor: ноо(noo)
  • Sicilian: chi(scn)
  • Sindhi: ڇا
  • Sinhalese: මොකක්ද(mokakda)
  • Slovak: čo(sk)
  • Slovene: káj(sl)
  • Sorbian:
    Lower Sorbian: co
    Upper Sorbian: što(hsb)
  • Southern Thai: พรือ
  • Spanish: qué(es), cuál(es)
  • Sundanese: naon(su)
  • Swahili: nini
  • Swedish: vad(sv)
  • Sylheti: ꠇꠤꠔꠣ(kita)
  • Tagalog: ano(tl)
  • Tajik: чӣ(tg)(čī)
  • Talysh: (Asalemi)چی(ci), چیچی(cici), چه()
  • Tamil: என்ன(ta)(eṉṉa)
  • Taos: híli
  • Tatar: ни(ni)
  • Tausug: unu
  • Telugu: ఏమిటి(te)(ēmiṭi)
  • Tetum:
  • Thai: อะไร(th)(à-rai), ยังไง(th)(yang-ngai)
  • Tibetan: ག་རེ(ga re)
  • Turkish: ne(tr)
  • Turkmen: näme
  • Tuvan: чүү(çüü)
  • Ugaritic: 𐎎𐎅(mh)
  • Ukrainian: що(uk)(ščo)
  • Urdu: کیا(kyā)
  • Uyghur: نېمە(nëme), نە(ne)(literally)
  • Uzbek: nima(uz)
  • Veps: mi
  • Vietnamese: (vi)
  • Volapük: (nominative)kis(vo), (accusative)kisi
  • Võro: miä
  • Waray-Waray: ano
  • Welsh: beth(cy)
  • White Hmong: dab tsi
  • Yagnobi: чо(čo)
  • Yiddish: וואָס(vos)
  • Yola: fade
  • Zazaki: se(diq), çıçi, çiçî
  • Zealandic: wat
  • Zhuang: caemjdoh, gaiqmaz
  • Zulu: ni, -ni
fused relative pronoun: that which; those that; the thing(s) that
  • Arabic: مَا(ar)()
  • Armenian: ինչ(hy)(inčʿ)
  • Bulgarian: какво(kakvo)
  • Czech: co(cs)
  • Dutch: wat(nl), hetgeen(nl)
  • Dzongkha: ཅི(ci)
  • Esperanto: ke(eo), kiu(eo)
  • Estonian: mida(et)
  • Finnish: mikä(fi)
  • French: ce que(fr), ce qui(fr)
  • Galician: o que
  • German: was(de)
  • Greek: τι(el)(ti), αυτό που(aftó pou)
  • Haitian Creole: sa
  • Hiligaynon: ano
  • Hungarian: (the fact/claim which) (hogy(hu)) mi(hu), (hogy(hu)) mit(hu)(accusative), (the thing which)ami(hu), amit(hu)(accusative)
  • Hunsrik: was
  • Italian: quello che, ciò che, quel che, cosa(it)
  • Japanese: (ja)(mono), (ja)(no), こと(ja)(koto)
  • Latin: quod(la)n
  • Macedonian: што(što), тоа што(toa što)
  • Neapolitan: chello ca
  • Norwegian: hva(no)
  • Persian: آنچه(fa)(ânče)
  • Polish: co(pl), to, co
  • Portuguese: o que
  • Rapa Nui: aha
  • Romanian: care(ro)
  • Russian: что(ru)(što), то, что(ru)(to, što)
  • Scots: whit
  • Scottish Gaelic:
  • Serbo-Croatian: što(sh), šta
  • Slovak: ktorý(sk)m, čo(sk)
  • Slovene: kàj(sl)
  • Spanish: lo que
  • Swedish: vad(sv)
  • Tagalog: ano(tl)
  • Zazaki: çıçi
  • Zealandic: wat-a
  • Dutch: dat(nl), wat(nl)
  • German: der(de)m, die(de)f, das(de)n
  • Greek: ο οποίος(o opoíos), που(el)(pou)
  • Hebrew: (prefix)ש(he)(she)
  • Hungarian: mi(hu), ami(hu), mit(hu)(accusative), amit(hu)(accusative)
  • Latin: quod(la)
  • Malay: benda, perkara
  • Persian: که(fa)(ke)
  • Portuguese: que(pt)
  • Russian: кото́рый(ru)(kotóryj), что(ru)(što)
  • Slovene: kàj(sl), kàr
  • Swedish: som(sv)
  • Ukrainian: яки́й(uk)(jakýj), що(uk)(ščo)
  • West Frisian: dy't
  • Zazaki: se(diq)

Determiner[edit]

what

  1. (interrogative)Which, especially which of an open-ended set of possibilities.
    What colour are you going to use?
    What time is it?
    What kind of car is that?
  2. (relative)Which; the ... that.
    I know what colour I am going to use.
    That depends on what answer is received.
  3. (relative)Any ... that; all ... that; whatever.
    What money I earn is soon spent.
  4. Emphasises that something is noteworthy or remarkable in quality or degree, in either a good or bad way; may be used in combination with certain other determiners, especially 'a', less often 'some'.
    This shows what beauty there is in nature.
    You know what nonsense she talks.
    I found out what a liar he is.
    1. Used to form exclamations.
      Synonym:such
      Wow! What a speech.
      What beautiful children you have.
      • Little Red Riding Hood, traditional folk tale
        “Oh Granny, what big eyes you have,” said Little Red Riding Hood.

Usage notes[edit]

As an interrogative determiner, what is used for open-ended choices, and may be proscribed in the case of a choice from a closed set of things, where which is preferred. For example 'Which one of these would you like?', not 'What one of these would you like?'.

As used to begin an exclamation, what and such are largely interchangeable, with a few exceptions:

  • Nouns modified by such need not appear at the beginning of the sentence: She sings with such passion.
  • such requires that the noun phrase it modifies be gradable in some way. Such a disaster! is acceptable because a disaster may be minor or major in degree, but Such a movie! is not (except with the unusual meaning that the movie under discussion has especially 'movie-like' qualities).

how is another word used at the beginning of a sentence to form an exclamation (How quickly he ran!), but it modifies different syntactic elements (verbs, adjectives, adverbs, and certain determinatives).

Translations[edit]

  • Armenian: ինչպիսի(hy)(inčʿpisi)
  • Asturian: qué(ast)
  • Bashkir: ниндәй(nindäy), ҡалай(qalay), ҡайһылай(qayhïlay)
  • Catalan: que(ca)
  • Czech: jaký(cs)
  • Danish: hvilken(da)c, hvilket(da)n, hvilke(da)cpl or npl, sikke
  • Dutch: wat(nl), welk(nl)(archaic)
  • Finnish: kuinka(fi), mikä(fi), millainen(fi)
  • French: quel(fr)m, quelle(fr)f(without an indefinite article)
  • German: was für(de), so(de)
  • Greek: τι(el)(ti)
    Ancient: ἡλίκος(hēlíkos)(adjective), οἷος(hoîos)(adjective)
  • Hebrew: איזה(he)m(éize)
  • Hiligaynon: ano
  • Hungarian: micsoda(hu), milyen(hu), de(hu), mekkora(hu)
  • Interlingua: qual
  • Italian: quanto(it), che(it)
  • Japanese: 何と(nanto)
  • Persian: چه(fa)(če)
  • Polish:
  • Portuguese: que(pt), quanto(pt)
  • Russian: како́й(ru)m(kakój), кака́я(ru)f(kakája), како́е(ru)n(kakóje), что за(ru)(što za)
  • Slovak: aký
  • Slovene: kakó(sl), kákšen
  • Spanish: menudo(es), qué(es), vaya(es)
  • Swedish: vad(sv), (sv)(uncountable), sådan(sv)(countable), vilken(sv)
  • Tagalog: ano(tl)
  • Zazaki: çı(diq)
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  • Esperanto: (please verify)kiu(eo)
  • Estonian: (please verify)milline
  • Hindi: (please verify)क्यूं(kyū̃), (please verify)क्यों(hi)(kyõ)
  • Norwegian: (please verify)hvilken(no)
  • Romanian: (please verify)ce(ro)
  • Telugu: (please verify)(te)(ē)
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  • Aramaic:
    Hebrew: מא(maʾ)
  • Armenian: ինչ(hy)(inčʿ), որ(hy)(or)
  • Burmese: ဘာ(my)(bha)
  • Cherokee: ᎦᏙ ᎤᏍᏗ(gado usdi)
  • Chinese:
    Cantonese: , (yue)(bin1)
    Mandarin: (zh)()
    Min Nan: (zh-min-nan)(tó, tá)
  • Chuukese: met
  • Czech: jaký(cs)
  • Dutch: welk(nl), wat voor(nl)
  • Estonian: mis(et)
  • Finnish: mikä(fi)
  • French: quel(fr)m, quelle(fr)f, quels(fr)mpl, quelles(fr)fpl
  • German: welcher(de)m, welches(de)n, welche(de)f
  • Greek: ποιος(el)(poios)
    Ancient: τίn(), τίςm or f(tís), ποῖος(poîos)(adjective)
  • Haitian Creole: ki
  • Hebrew: איזה(he)('éyze)
  • Hungarian: milyen(hu), melyik(hu)
  • Icelandic: hvaða(is)
  • Italian: che(it)
  • Kapampangan : sánu
  • Latin: qui(la)m, quae(la)f, quod(la)n
  • Norwegian:
    Bokmål: hvilken(no)
  • Polish: który(pl)m, któraf, któren (which of certain choices), jaki(pl)m, jaka(pl)f, jakien (which kind of)
  • Portuguese: que(pt), qual(pt)
  • Romanian: ce(ro)
  • Russian: кото́рый(ru)m(kotóryj), кото́рая(ru)f(kotóraja), кото́рое(ru)n(kotóroje), како́й(ru)m(kakój), кака́я(ru)f(kakája), како́е(ru)n(kakóje)
  • Scots: whit
  • Scottish Gaelic: (+definite article)
  • Slovak: aký, ktorý(sk)m
  • Slovene: kákšen, kóliko (úra)(sl)
  • Sorbian:
    Lower Sorbian: kaki
  • Spanish: qué(es), cuál(es)
  • Swedish: vilken(sv) (which of, which kind of), vad för (which kind of)
  • Tagalog: alin(tl), ano(tl)

Adverb[edit]

what (not comparable)

  1. (interrogative) In what way; to what extent.
    What does it matter?
    What do you care?
  2. Used before a prepositional phrase to emphasise that something is taken into consideration as a cause or reason; usually used in combination with 'with' (see what with), and much less commonly with other prepositions.
    • 1787, Henry St. John, Lord Viscount Bolingbroke, Letters on the Study and Use of History: A Letter to Sir William Windham, page 83 [1]
      In short; what by the indiscretion of people here, what by the rebound which came often back from London, what by the private interests and ambitious views of persons in the French court, and what by other causes unnecessary to be examined now, the most private transactions came to light [...]
    • 1815, Rev. Mr. Milne, letter reprinted in The Evangelical Magazine and Missionary Chronicle, Volume 23, page 82. [2]
      The Chinese of all ranks, and in every place, received my books gladly, and listened with patience to what I had to say about the true God.—So that what from opportunities of attending to the object of my Mission among the Chinese—what from seasons of religious instruction to Dutch and English—what from intercourse with gentlemen of education and knowledge of the world—what from occasions of stating clearly the object of Missions, and of endeavouring to remove prejudices against them—and what from the view of a highly cultivated country, happy under an enlightened and liberal government, I have much reason to be satisfied with this journey [...]
  3. (Should we delete(+) this sense?)(usually followed by 'with,' but also sometimes 'would' or 'might,' especially in finance) In some manner or degree; in part; partly. See also what with
    What with singing and joking, the time passed quickly.
    The market will calculate these higher risks in their funding costs what might result in higher lending rates.
    This leads to an uncertain situation for creditors what would negatively affect the willingness to provide credit.

Translations[edit]

  • Swedish: vad(sv)
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  • Hindi: क्यों(hi)(kyõ)
  • Malay: kenapa
  • Portuguese: por que(pt)
  • Zazaki: seni(diq)
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  • Cantonese: (please verify)(yue)(gam), (please verify)真係, (please verify)真系(jān ha̠i), (please verify)的確係, (please verify)的确系(dīkkok ha̠i), (please verify)真正係, (please verify)真正系(jānjing ha̠i)
  • Estonian: (please verify)kui(et), (please verify)milline, (please verify)selline
  • German: (please verify)was für(de), (please verify)wie(de), (please verify)so(de)
  • Indonesian: (please verify)apa(id)
  • Italian: (please verify)che(it)
  • Spanish: (please verify)qué(es)

Interjection[edit]

what

  1. An expression of surprise or disbelief.
    • 1605 William Shakespeare, King Lear
      What, have his daughters brought him to this pass?
    What! That’samazing!
  2. What do you want? An abrupt, usually unfriendly enquiry as to what a person desires.
    What? I'm busy.
  3. (Britain,colloquial,dated)Clipping of what do you say? Used as a type of tag question to emphasise a statement and invite agreement, often rhetorically.
    • 1991 May 12, 'Kidnapped!'Jeeves and Wooster, Series 2, Episode 5:
      Chuffy: WHAT? No, no, no, no, no. My casa is your casa, what?
  4. What did you say? I beg your pardon?
    — Could I have some of those aarrrrrr mmmm ...
    What?
  5. Indicating a guess or approximation, or a pause to try to recall information.
    I must have been, what, about five years old.

Alternative forms[edit]

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Synonyms[edit]

  • (colloquial British interjection):what-what, wot
  • (what did you say?):come again, pardon; see also Thesaurus:say again

Translations[edit]

  • Bulgarian: какво!(kakvo!)
  • Catalan: com(ca), i ara(ca)
  • Czech: cože?(cs)
  • Dutch: wat!(nl)
  • Estonian: mida?(et), mis?(et), misasja?, kuidas?(et)
  • Finnish: (1)mitä!(fi)
  • French: quoi !(fr), comment !(fr)
  • German: was!(de)
  • Greek: τι(el)(ti)
    Ancient: τί δὲ(tí dè)
  • Hebrew: מָה?(he)(ma?)
  • Hungarian: (1)mi?(hu), micsoda?(hu)
  • Icelandic: ha?(is)
  • Indonesian: apa(id)
  • Italian: cosa(it)
  • Japanese: (ja)(なに, nani)
  • Kapampangan: nanonanuna
  • Korean: 어때?(ko)(Eottae?)
  • Malay: apa(ms)
  • Manx: yagh?
  • Maori: , are
  • Polish: co!(pl)
  • Portuguese: o quê?(pt)
  • Russian: как!(ru)(kak!), что!(ru)(što!)
  • Slovak: čo(sk)
  • Slovene: káj!(sl), a rés!(sl)
  • Spanish: ¡qué!(es), ¿no?(es), ¿cómo?(es)
  • Swedish: va!(sv)
  • Tagalog: ano(tl), ha
  • Vietnamese: (vi)
  • Welsh: beth(cy)
  • Spanish: ¿qué?(es)
  • Swedish: vad?(sv)
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  • Chinese:
    Mandarin: 什麼(zh), 什么(zh)(shénme)

Noun[edit]

what (countable and uncountable, pluralwhats)

  1. (obsolete,uncountable)Something; thing; stuff.
    • 1596, Edmund Spenser, The Faerie Qveene.[], London: [] [John Wolfe] for VVilliam Ponsonbie, , book VI, canto IX, stanza 7:
      They prayd him sit, and gave him for to feed / Such homely what as serves the simple clowne, / That doth despise the dainties of the towne[]
  2. (countable) The identity of a thing, as an answer to a question of what.
    • 2005, Norman K. Denzin, Yvonna S. Lincoln, The SAGE Handbook of Qualitative Research (page 493)
      The emphasis on the interplay between the hows and whats of interpretive practice is paramount.
  3. (countable) Something that is addressed by what, as opposed to a person, addressed by who.
    • 2012, 'We Are Both', season 2, episode 2 of Once Upon a Time
      Regina: What are you?
      Rumplestiltskin: What? What? What? My, my, what a rude question! I am not a what.

Particle[edit]

Pronunciation[edit]

  • (Singapore)IPA(key): /wäːt˨/, /wʌt˨/

what

  1. (Singlish)Emphasizes the truth of an assertion that contradicts a false assumption held by the listener.
    —Too bad there aren't any libraries nearby.
    —The National Library is a five-minute walk from here what.
    • 1978, L. C. Cheong, Youth in the Army, page 142:
    • 2007, yansimon52, soc.culture.singapore, Usenet:

See also[edit]

  • leh, lor, hor, meh, mah

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References[edit]

  • Low, Ee Ling; Brown, Adam (2005) English in Singapore: An Introduction, →ISBN
  • Kuteva, Tania; Rhee, Seongha; Ziegeler, Debra; Sabban, Jessica (2018), “On sentence-final “what” in Singlish: Are you the Queen of England, or what?”, in Journal of Language Contact[3]

Derived terms[edit]

  • what the Devil, deuce, dickens, hell, heck, fuck
  • what the doctor ordered, just what the doctor ordered
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Anagrams[edit]

  • HAWT, Thaw, Wath, hawt, thaw, wath

Middle English[edit]

Alternative forms[edit]

  • whad, whote, watte, wath, wad, qhat

Etymology[edit]

From Old Englishhwæt, from Proto-West Germanic*hwat.

Pronunciation[edit]

  • IPA(key): /ʍat/, /wat/

Pronoun[edit]

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Descendants[edit]

  • English: what
  • Scots: what, whate, whit, whut, wha', quhat, quat, fat, faht, phat, fit, fut, fout, at
  • Yola: faade, fade, f'ad

References[edit]

  • “what, pron.”, in MED Online, Ann Arbor, Mich.: University of Michigan, 2007.

Adverb[edit]

what

  1. Why.
    • 1387–1400, Geoffrey Chaucer, “The Sompners Tale”, in The Canterbury Tales, [Westminster: William Caxton, published 1478], ; republished in [William Thynne], editor, The Workes of Geffray Chaucer Newlye Printed,[], [London]: [] [Richard Grafton for] Iohn Reynes[], 1542, :
      What shulde I tel the answere of the knyght?
    • 1641 May, John Milton, Of Reformation Touching Church-Discipline in England: And the Cavvses that hitherto have Hindred it; republished as Will Taliaferro Hale, editor, Of Reformation Touching Church-Discipline in England (Yale Studies in English; LIV), New Haven, Conn.: Yale University Press, 1916, :
      But what do I stand reckoning upon advantages and gains lost by the misrule and turbulency of the prelates?
  2. Used to introduce each of two coordinate phrases or concepts; both...and...
    • 1485, Sir Thomas Malory, “primum”, in Le Morte Darthur, book III (in Middle English):
      And as for on C good knyghtes I haue my self / but I fawte / l / for so many haue ben slayne in my dayes / and so Ladegreans delyuerd his doughter Gweneuer vnto Merlyn / and the table round with the C knyghtes / and so they rode fresshly with grete royalte / what by water and what by land / tyl that they came nyghe vnto london
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Scots[edit]

Etymology 1[edit]

From Middle Englishwhat, from Old Englishhwæt, from Proto-West Germanic*hwat. Cognates include Englishwhat and Yolafaade.

Alternative forms[edit]

  • whate, whit, whut, wha', quhat, quat, fat, faht, phat, fit, fut, fout, at

Pronunciation[edit]

  • IPA(key): [ʍɑt], [ʍɪt], [ʍʌt], [ʍɑʔ][1]
  • (Shetland)IPA(key): [kwɑt][1]

Pronoun[edit]

what

  1. (interrogative)what?
  2. (relative)that, which

Adverb[edit]

what

  1. (interrogative)how?
  2. (interrogative)why?
  3. (relative)as, than, how
  4. (exclamatory)how!
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Determiner[edit]

what

  1. (interrogative)what?
  2. (relative)what, which
  3. (exclamatory)what a lot of! how many!

Etymology 2[edit]

From Middle Englishwhetten, from Old Englishhwettan, from Proto-West Germanic*hwattjan. Cognates include Englishwhet

Alternative forms[edit]

Pronunciation[edit]

  • IPA(key): [ʍɑt][2]

Verb[edit]

what (third-person singular simple presentwhats, present participlewhatin, simple pastwhatt, past participlewhatt)

  1. (transitive) to whet, hone, sharpen

References[edit]

  1. 1.01.1“what, pron., adv., conj., interj.,.” in the Dictionary of the Scots Language, Edinburgh: Scottish Language Dictionaries.
  2. ^ “what, v., n..” in the Dictionary of the Scots Language, Edinburgh: Scottish Language Dictionaries.

Yola[edit]

Etymology[edit]

From Middle Englishwhetten, from Old Englishhwettan, from Proto-West Germanic*hwattjan.

Verb[edit]

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References[edit]

  • Jacob Poole (1867), William Barnes, editor, A Glossary, With some Pieces of Verse, of the old Dialect of the English Colony in the Baronies of Forth and Bargy, County of Wexford, Ireland, London: J. Russell Smith
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