who else can it be?

who else can it be?
it really cannot be anyone else, it's clear that it is he, who else could it be other than him?

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  • else — W1S1 [els] adv [: Old English; Origin: elles] 1.) [used after words beginning with some , every , any , and no , and after question words] a) besides or in addition to someone or something ▪ There s something else I d like to talk about as well.… …   Dictionary of contemporary English

  • else, else's — Else is an adjective meaning other or different or more, as in the statement She wanted something else. Else can also be an adverb (Walk carefully on the ice or else you will slip), but it appears most often in compound pronouns such as somebody… …   Dictionary of problem words and expressions

  • else — [ els ] adverb *** Else can be used in the following ways: after a pronoun such as something, nothing, anyone, or everyone : He married someone else. Is there anything else you wanted? after the adverbs somewhere, anywhere, everywhere, and… …   Usage of the words and phrases in modern English

  • who — [ hu ] pronoun *** Who can be used in the following ways: as a question pronoun (introducing a direct or indirect question): Who s going to drive? I wonder who they chose to be captain. Who did you give the money to? as a relative pronoun… …   Usage of the words and phrases in modern English

  • else — /els/ adverb 1 who/what/why etc else or anything/someone/anywhere etc else a) besides or in addition to someone, something etc: I ve said I m sorry. What else can I do? | Who else was at the party? | Do you want anything else to eat? b) apart… …   Longman dictionary of contemporary English

  • who */*/*/ — UK [huː] / US [hu] pronoun Summary: Who can be used in the following ways: as a question pronoun (introducing a direct or indirect question): Who s going to drive? ♦ I wonder who they chose to be captain. ♦ Who did you give the money to? as a… …   English dictionary

  • else */*/*/ — UK [els] / US adverb Summary: Else can be used in the following ways: after a pronoun such as something , nothing , anyone , or everyone : He married someone else. ♦ Is there anything else you wanted? after the adverbs somewhere , anywhere ,… …   English dictionary

  • can — can1 [ weak kən, strong kæn ] modal verb *** Can is usually followed by an infinitive without to : I can speak French. Sometimes it is used without a following infinitive: Come and help us, if you can. Can does not change its form, so the third… …   Usage of the words and phrases in modern English

  • can — I strong UK [kæn] / US weak UK [kən] / US modal verb *** Summary: Can is usually followed by an infinitive without to : I can speak French. Sometimes it is used without a following infinitive: Come and help us, if you can. Can does not change its …   English dictionary

  • Who Fears the Devil? — Infobox Book name = Who Fears the Devil? title orig = translator = image caption = Dust jacket illustration by Lee Brown Coye for Who Fears the Devil? author = Manly Wade Wellman illustrator = cover artist = Lee Brown Coye country = United States …   Wikipedia

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