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you'd
American English: /jud/
British English: /juːd/
, /jʊd/
  • 1.1
    you had
    1.2
    you would
    Example sentences
    • If it weren't so unseasonably warm, you'd think this was the place that inspired the verb, to chill.
    • With a spectator's hat on, you'd need a stiff drink to even think about it.
    • Soon, when borrowing a book, you'll be able to specify how sexy or sad or silly or sentimental you'd like it to be.

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    rastro

    In some parts of Spain, the name given to a weekly open-air flea market where all kinds of items are sold is a rastro. The name El Rastro as such refers to a very big market of this type held in Madrid at weekends.