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he's Saltos de línea: he's
Pronunciación: /hiːz/
/hɪz/

Definición de he's en inglés:

contracción

1He is: he’s going to speak
Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • Such is the regard in which he's held that there are sure to be lengthy queues.
  • As a friend said, he's a stranger, someone most of us have never met, so why does it bother you so much?
  • I'm very proud of him for how he's progressing, proud to tell people that he's my son.
1.1He has: he’s given up his job
Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • In the meantime, he's even managed to alienate some of his old mates from advertising.
  • For somebody with a name and a reputation, it was a gamble to come here and give it everything he's got.
  • Solomon was next seen in Dale and then Haverfordwest where he's been for about two weeks.

Palabras que riman con he's

Achinese, Ambonese, appease, Assamese, Balinese, Belize, Beninese, Bernese, bêtise, Bhutanese, breeze, Burmese, Cantonese, Castries, cerise, cheese, chemise, Chinese, Cingalese, Cleese, Congolese, Denise, Dodecanese, ease, éminence grise, expertise, Faroese, freeze, Fries, frieze, Gabonese, Genoese, Goanese, Guyanese, Japanese, Javanese, jeez, journalese, Kanarese, Keys, Lebanese, lees, legalese, Louise, Macanese, Madurese, Maltese, marquise, Milanese, Nepalese, officialese, overseas, pease, Pekinese, Peloponnese, Piedmontese, please, Portuguese, Pyrenees, reprise, Rwandese, seise, seize, Senegalese, she's, Siamese, Sienese, Sikkimese, Sinhalese, sleaze, sneeze, squeeze, Stockton-on-Tees, Sudanese, Sundanese, Surinamese, Tabriz, Taiwanese, tease, Tees, telegraphese, these, Timorese, Togolese, trapeze, valise, Viennese, Vietnamese, vocalese, wheeze

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Pronunciación: fɔːˈtɪsɪməʊ
adverb
(especially as a direction) very loud or loudly