Definition of ’re in English:

’re

Syllabification: ’re

abbreviation

informal
  • Are (usually after the pronouns you, we, and they): we’re a bit worried
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    • We 're not looking to push him too hard though he needs to start getting match fitness.
    • We all knew we could play like that and that's why we 're all annoyed that we didn't win.
    • We are not going to just roll over and say we 're not interested in tourism any more.

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