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Definition of who'd in English:

contraction

1Who had: some Americans who’d arrived after lunch
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  • She learned German and went on a school exchange to Frankfurt, which was so prosperous she wondered who'd won the war.
  • When my Mother was 10 years old, my Grandmother returned to visit the family who'd looked after her.
  • I then got chatting with a really nice woman who'd come up from Cork.
1.1Who would: he knew many of the people who’d be there
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  • Feste tells a fool's tale about those who'd want to tax owners of more than one car.
  • They regularly argue over who'd do best at job creation.
  • The kind of person who'd prefer Havana to Tuscany, the café con leche to the cappuccino.

Words that rhyme with who'd

allude, brood, collude, conclude, crude, delude, dude, elude, étude, exclude, extrude, exude, feud, food, illude, include, intrude, Jude, lewd, mood, nude, obtrude, occlude, Oudh, preclude, protrude, prude, pseud, pultrude, rood, rude, seclude, shrewd, snood, transude, unglued, unsubdued, you'd

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