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he's
American English: /hiz/
, /(h)ɪz/
British English: /hiːz/
, /hɪz/
  • 1.1
    he is
    Example sentences
    • 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.
    1.2
    he has
    Example sentences
    • 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.

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