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she'll
American English: /ʃil/
, /ʃɪl/
British English: /ʃiːl/
, /ʃɪl/
  • she will
    Example sentences
    • Regardless of the next stop for Sonja, she'll have no problems taking it all in stride.
    • Maybe she'll learn, but somehow I doubt it because we've been here on a number of occasions in the past.
    • My mom has told me that she'll be coming to help me with my move, and I'm so excited.

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