Definition of he'd in English:

he'd

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Pronunciation: /hiːd
 
, hɪd
 
/

contraction

1He had: he’d seen all he wanted
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  • He taught there a while and he could have gone on teaching there forever if he'd wanted.
  • At the time it was believed he'd vanished because of his problems with drink.
  • There wasn't a riot of protest but he'd won the respect of the fans at least.
1.1He would: he’d like to see you
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  • His name has avoided the headlines, but we actually think he'd be pretty great.
  • A couple of years ago he first began to think he'd like to join monastic life full time.
  • Even if he won the first two and disappeared, he'd have completed the set and have nothing more to prove.

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