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she'd

uk   us   /ʃid/ /ʃiːd/
short form of she had: She'd found the answer, at last. short form of she would: She'd be a great managing director, don't you think?
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  • She'd already left.
  • She'd eaten all of it.
  • She'd already told me.
  • She'd love to see you.
  • She'd come if you asked her.
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