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Whichever way you look at it, this programme has been a failure.
I’m sure you’ll have a good time whichever cruise you decide to take.
‘We can meet here or back at your place.’ ‘I don’t mind. Whichever.’
Whichever team wins on Saturday will go through to the national championships.
Whichever of us gets home first will switch the heating on.
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a type of hairstyle which has a long, thin strip of hair growing down the back of the neck
a country that is ruled by a president or other leader that people vote for, rather than by a...
(of a politician) to be able to communicate and connect with ordinary people
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Definition and synonyms of whichever from the online English dictionary from Macmillan Publishers Limited.