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what  Adjective
  1. Translate "what" to Spanish: qué, cuál
    English Synonyms of "what": which

what  Adverb
  1. Translate "what" to Spanish: qué, qué es lo que
    English Synonyms of "what": what is it that

what  Pronoun
  1. Translate "what" to Spanish: lo que
    English Synonyms of "what": which

  2. [ + ] Quips, Quotes & Proverbs

what  Conjunction
  1. Translate "what" to Spanish: lo que

what  Interjection
  1. Translate "what" to Spanish: qué, güei
    English Synonyms of "what": what did you say

  2. Translate "what" to Spanish: no te parece
    English Synonyms of "what": don't you agree, don't you think so

Conceptually-related expressions of "what"
after what
after what happened
after what occurred
and now what
and what else
and what have you
and what not
at what
at what date
at what intervals
at what price
at what time
be almost sure about what to
be almost sure what to
be aware about what to
be aware of what to
be aware what to
be certain about what to
be certain what to
be convinced about what to
be informed about what to
be no record of what happened
be positive about what to
be sure about what to
be sure what to
better than what
but not of what
but what else
but what if
come to realize what to
come to the conclusion of what to
come to the decision of what to
come to understand what to
come what may
come what will
depending on what happen
despite of what
even more than what
for what
for what if
for what reason
for what use
from what cause
from what place
from what source
give what for
God knows what
half of what
happen what may
have an idea about what to
have no record of what happened
have very little knowledge about what to
heaven knows only what
heaven only knows what
I couldn't care less what
I know what
I'll tell you what
I'm what I'm
ignore what to
in spite of what
in what
in what place
know for certain what to
know for sure what to
know what happens
know what's what
know what to
learn what to
leave with idea of what to
less than what
more than what
near what place
notwithstanding what
now what
of what
on what basis
on what grounds
read the you-know-what manual
realize suddenly what to
realize what to
regardless of what
remember what to
resolve what to
say what
so what
tell me what you boast about and I'll tell you what you haven't
tell you what
than what
that what
that what for
though what
to what degree
to what end
to what extent
to what extreme
to what extremes
to what lengths
to what limit
to what limits
to what point
to what purpose
unlike what
until what time
what's what
who cares what
who knows what
who knows what way
with what
worry about what to
worse than what
you know what
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