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you're

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Pronunciation: /jɔː
 
, jə
 
, jʊə/

Definition of you're in English:

contraction

You are: you’re an angel, Deb!
More example sentences
  • It's two weeks until your product ships and you are sure there is no way you're going to make it.
  • Chances are you're a workaholic if you feel compelled to work for the sake of working, and you feel panic, anxiety or a sense of loss when you aren't working.
  • Whatever the reason, you're in big trouble now.

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