Meaning of “you'll” in the English Dictionary

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"you'll" in British English

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you'll

uk /juːl/ us /juːl/

short form of you will:

You'll remember to tell her, won't you?

More examples

  • You'll never guess what Ira's done.
  • I hope you'll be happy here.
  • You'll need to buy a thick coat.
  • I think you'll pass the exam.
  • You'll be met at the station.

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

"you’ll" in American English

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you’ll

us /ˈju·əl, jʊl, jəl/

contraction of you will or you shall:

I don’t know if you’ll like it.

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