we'd Meaning in the Cambridge English Dictionary
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we'd

uk   us   strong /wiːd/ weak /wid/
short form of we had: We'd ​better be more ​careful in the ​future. short form of we would: We'd be ​grateful for an ​answer.
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wedverb [I or T]

uk   us   /wed/ (present participle wedding, past tense and past participle wedded or wed) literary
(used ​especially in ​newspapers) to ​marry someone: The ​coupleeventually wed after an 18-year ​engagement.
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written abbreviation for Wednesday
(Definition of we'd from the Cambridge Advanced Learner’s Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)
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