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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishwhomwhom /huːm/ ●●● W1 pronoun  XXthe object form of ‘who’, used especially in formal speech or writing Desperate for money, she called her sister, whom she hadn’t spoken to in 20 years. She brought with her three friends, none of whom I had ever met before.RegisterIn everyday spoken or written English, people usually use who rather than whom: Who did you send it to?Whom is usually used only in the phrases one of whom, none of whom, some of whom etc.
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whomI spent two hours talking to Kaz, whom I'd met only once before.She had three lovers, none of whom knew about the others.
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