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"who’d" in American English

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 us   /hud/
contraction of who would or who had: Who’d (= Who would) have ​thought we’d be ​married for this ​long? It’s about a ​boy who’d (= who had) been around the ​world.
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uk   /huːd/  us   /huːd/
short form of who had: She ​wondered who'd ​sent her the ​mysteriousemail.
short form of who would: Well, who'd have ​thought Joey was going to ​become so ​successful?

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