Meaning of “she's” in the English Dictionary

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"she's" in British English

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she's

uk strong /ʃiːz/ weak /ʃiz/ us strong /ʃiːz/ weak /ʃiz/

short form of she is:

She's a writer.

short form of she has:

She's been to Japan twice.

More examples

  • You'll like Rosie - she's really nice.
  • "Can I speak to Isobel, please?" "She's still in bed."
  • She's totally selfish.
  • She's at home today.
  • Like most women, she thinks she's fat.

(Definition of “she's” from the Cambridge Advanced Learner’s Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)

"she’s" in American English

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she’s

us /ʃiz/

contraction of she is or she has:

She’s (= She is) about to have her baby.
I think she’s (= she has) already left the house.

(Definition of “she’s” from the Cambridge Academic Content Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)