Part of speech:
According to what; insofar as:
(Usage Problem) Used to refer to a person whose gender is unspecified or unknown:
That which or those which
That: used as a relative referring to the thing, group, or event specified in the antecedent word, phrase, or clause: which can be used in a restrictive clause [the war which had just ended, the class to which he spoke], in a restrictive clause preceded by the pronoun that [he sacrificed that which he valued most], in a nonrestrictive clause [my car, which is not running; my family, in which she found a warm welcome], or, archaically, of a person [Our Father, which art in heaven]
Used to refer to a person whose gender is unspecified or unknown.
The person speaking or writing: personal pronoun in the first person singular
You is a pronoun used to describe someone that is being spoken to, or to describe a hypothetical person or group of people.
Whatever person or persons:
a United Nations agency to coordinate international health activities and to help governments improve health services
Find another word for who. In this page you can discover 11 synonyms, antonyms, idiomatic expressions, and related words for who, like: that, he, they, what, which, she, i, you, whichever, whoever and World Health Organization.