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Line breaks: you'll
Pronunciation: /juːl
, jʊl

Definition of you'll in English:


You will; you shall: you’ll find many exciting features
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  • The only other way you'll hear anything is if they score and that doesn't last long.
  • Keep it up guys and you'll soon have the Lake District to yourselves and your sheep!
  • As the road flattens out you'll get a chance to appreciate views across the valley.

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