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they'll

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Pronunciation: /ðeɪl
 
, ðɛl
 
/

Definition of they'll in English:

contraction

They shall; they will: they’ll come after you
More example sentences
  • Dancers, the globe over, need dancing partners and so if you can dance, they'll find you.
  • Naturally, they reserve the right to be smug and unimpressed, but still they'll come.
  • If people want a job with you, then they'll approach you, and that's what has happened here.

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