The Word is:”those”

those

/ðəʊz/

plural form of that.

that
ðat/

pronoun

pronoun: those

1. used to identify a specific person or thing observed or heard by the speaker.

“that’s his wife over there”

  • referring to the more distant of two things near to the speaker (the other, if specified, being identified by ‘this’).
    “this is stronger than that”
  • 2. referring to a specific thing previously mentioned, known, or understood.

    “that’s a good idea”

    3. used in singling out someone or something and ascribing a distinctive feature to them.

    “it is part of human nature to be attracted to that which is aesthetically pleasing”

    4. British informal

    expressing strong agreement with a description just given.
    “‘He’s a fussy man.’ ‘He is that.’”

    5. used to introduce a defining clause, especially one essential to identification:

    instead of ‘which’, ‘who’, or ‘whom’.
    “the woman that owns the place”
    instead of ‘when’ after an expression of time.
    “the year that Anna was born”

    determiner

    determiner: those

    1. used to identify a specific person or thing observed or heard by the speaker.

    “look at that chap there”

  • referring to the more distant of two things near to the speaker (the other, if specified, being identified by ‘this’).
  • 2. referring to a specific thing previously mentioned, known, or understood.

    “he lived in Mysore at that time”

    3. used in singling out someone or something and ascribing a distinctive feature to them.

    “I have always envied those people who make their own bread”

    4. referring to a specific person or thing assumed as understood or familiar to the person being addressed.

    “where is that son of yours?”

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