Definition of it'd in English:

it'd

Line breaks: it'd
Pronunciation: /ˈɪtəd
 
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contraction

1It had: it’d been there for years
More example sentences
  • It was a mild day, warmer than it'd been in weeks.
  • This afternoon BHP announced it'd secured 56 per cent of the shares in WMC.
  • It was as though it'd been written by someone other than Barbara.
1.1It would: it’d be great to see you
More example sentences
  • I liked the penthouse immediately but thought it'd be far too expensive.
  • Can't imagine it'd have made things a lot better.
  • The creators figured it'd be a hit amongst junior nerds.

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