Definition of who'd in English:

who'd

Line breaks: who'd
Pronunciation: /huːd
 
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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.

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