Definition of we'd in English:


Line breaks: we'd
Pronunciation: /wiːd
, wɪd


1We had: we’d already been on board
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  • Coming back on the coach that night you would have thought we'd actually won the Cup!
  • After we'd finished work on it, she and her manager asked me to meet them at a club.
  • And we'd only just sat down when the melodious tones of a male choir sweetly filled the air.
1.1We should or we would: we’d like to make you an offer
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  • Our lads take it very seriously and we'd have loved to win but it wasn't to be.
  • All I will say about the latter is that we'd be best advised to keep our voices down on this one.
  • Anything that can help people in danger of losing their sight is something we'd take a great interest in.

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