Whether Meaning & Definition

Whether Meaning & Definition – যদি, দুইয়ের মধ্যে কোনটা, কিনা, কি


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Whether Meaning & Definition : দুইয়ের মধ্যে কোনটা, যদি, কিনা, কি


  • Expressing a doubt or choice between alternatives.
  • Indicating that a statement applies whichever of the alternatives mentioned is the case.
  • Expressing an inquiry or investigation (often used in indirect questions).

Whether Synonyms:

if, what, how, whether, how much, how many, in case



Whether in a Sentence:

  • I was merely questioning whether we have the money to fund such a project.
  • He’s starting to wonder whether he did the right thing in accepting this job.
  • One has to ask whether or not any of the major banks have implemented this system.
  • Whether or not you take my deal, I’ll help her.
  • It all boils down to whether you want to go or not.
  • Whether we want to admit it or not, we all wish everyone would like us.
  • It is a tossup whether we shall get there in time.
  • I was unsure whether my husband would actually come with me.
  • She asked the man sitting opposite whether he’d mind if she opened the window.
  • There is no way to determine whether a given attribute comes from the source or not.
  • He questioned whether the school curriculum was broad enough in scope.
  • Whether or not we go to Spain for our holiday depends on the cost.
  • It all depends on whether or not she has the time.
  • We need to consider whether the disadvantages of the plan outweigh the advantages.
  • She asked me whether I was interested in working for her.
  • I’m wondering whether to have the fish or the beef.
  • I doubt whether it’ll work.
  • Whether they will ever become future Olympic champions, only time will tell.
  • Whether you fail or fly, at least you tried.
  • He needs you right now, whether he knows it or not.
  • It shouldn’t make any difference if he’s adopted.
  • The more you wanna know whether you have forgotten something, the better you remember; I once heard that, the only thing you can do when you no longer have something is not to forget.
  • To start off with, the film can’t decide whether to be a comedy or an inept horror film.
  • The administration has no vested interest in proving whether public schools were good or bad.
  • Employers usually decide within five minutes whether someone is suitable for the job.
  • However, none of the restrictions recommended here will give any problems whether it is used or not.
  • We have recently been experimenting with heat meters, to see whether the possibility of charging via their readings is viable.
  • I discussed with my intimate friends whether I would immediately have a baby.
  • Whether we can stay in this situation is debatable.
  • We are not sure whether the station has been demolished or still exists.
  • Check whether a fuse has blown.
  • If you are in any doubt as to whether you should be doing these exercises, consult your doctor.
  • We wonder whether there are any performance gains in using threads.
  • I doubted whether the story is true.

Whether Meaning & Definition and in Recognized sources

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