Definition of it's in English:


Line breaks: it's
Pronunciation: /ɪts


1It is: it’s my fault
More example sentences
  • Really, it's as though people will write any old rubbish to see their name in print.
  • Yet, to get a true sense of Fiji it's best to head for one of the country's smaller resorts.
  • Children only have one chance at their education and it's no use saving money for a rainy day.
1.1It has: it’s been a hot day
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  • We haven't had the best of times over there but it's got to change sooner or later.
  • It's supposed to be a wine cooler, but it's only got wine on the top two shelves and beer on the rest.
  • The standard that the orchestra is working at the moment is higher than it's ever been.

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Pronunciation: ˈflɪp(ə)nt
not showing a serious or respectful attitude