Definition of they've in English:

they've

Line breaks: they've
Pronunciation: /ðeɪv
 
/

contraction

They have: they’ve been working hard
More example sentences
  • In that case, why were they continuing to ask for lots of money to do the research they've already done?
  • What they've got now is around 500,000 people coming two or three or four times a year.
  • They're a contrary lot, and they've been known to cause a few upsets in the past.

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