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she'd
American English: /ʃid/
British English: /ʃiːd/
, /ʃɪd/
  • 1.1
    she would
    Example sentences
    • When her son was a small boy she'd take him to the park at the end of their street to play.
    • She would ask the child about what she'd seen that morning at home or on her way to school.
    • She took back some of the change she'd given him and gave him his cigarettes and he left, without a word.
    1.2
    she had

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