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I'll

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Pronunciation: /ʌɪl
 
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Definition of I'll in English:

contraction

I shall; I will: I’ll arrange it
More example sentences
  • As a matter of principle, I will refuse to pay - but hold on, I'll have to go to prison.
  • I'll be visiting my family first of all but I'll be spending Christmas Day with my fiancée.
  • On Saturday I'll be in Lofer, which is where the British snowboarding team keeps its base.

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