he'll Meaning in the Cambridge English Dictionary
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"he'll" in British English

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he'll

uk   us   /hiːl/
short form of he will: He'll be there, don't ​worry.
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  • I daren't ​tell Dad - he'll be so ​angry.
  • Gideon is very ​reliable - if he says he'll do something, he'll do it.
  • He's been ​single for so ​long now, I don't ​think he'll ​evermarry.
  • Simon isn't ​sure whether he'll be ​able to come to the ​party or not.
  • The ​bossphoned to say he'll be back at 4.30.

hellnoun

uk   us   /hel/
B2 [S or U] an ​extremelyunpleasant or ​difficultplace, ​situation, or ​experience: Work is sheer hell at the ​moment. The last few ​months have been ​absolute hell. B2 [S] (also Hell) in some ​religions, the ​place where some ​people are ​believed to go after ​death to be ​punished for ​ever for the ​bad things they have done during ​theirlives: I'll go to Hell for this.make sb's life hell (also make life hell for sb) informal to ​cause a lot of ​problems for someone and make them very ​unhappy: I ​worked for her for two ​years and she made my ​life hell.
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hellexclamation, noun [U]

uk   us   /hel/
(Definition of he'll from the Cambridge Advanced Learner’s Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)
Translations of “he'll”
in Turkish 'he will' fiil yapısının kısa hâli…
in Russian сокращ. от he will…
in Polish -…
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