she'd
Date: 1609 she had ; she would

New Collegiate Dictionary. 2001.

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  • she'd — [ʃid strong ʃi:d] 1.) the short form of she had ▪ She d already gone when we got there. 2.) the short form of she would ▪ She d like to come with us …   Dictionary of contemporary English

  • she'd — [ ʃid ] short form 1. ) the usual way of saying or writing she had when had is an AUXILIARY VERB. This is not often used in formal writing: She d forgotten to lock the door. 2. ) the usual way of saying or writing she would. This is not often… …   Usage of the words and phrases in modern English

  • she'd — (she had) v. verb used together with another verb to express past tense she d (she would) v. verb used together with another verb to express future tense …   English contemporary dictionary

  • she'd — ► CONTRACTION ▪ she had; she would …   English terms dictionary

  • she'd — [shēd] contraction 1. she had 2. she would …   English World dictionary

  • she'd — [[t]ʃiːd, ʃɪd[/t]] 1) She d is the usual spoken form of she had , especially when had is an auxiliary verb. She d rung up to discuss the divorce... She would go for a swim when she d unpacked. 2) She d is a spoken form of she would . She d do… …   English dictionary

  • she'd — UK [ʃiːd] / US [ʃɪd] short form 1) the usual way of saying or writing she had . This is not often used in formal writing She d forgotten to lock the door. 2) the usual way of saying or writing she would . This is not often used in formal writing… …   English dictionary

  • she'd — [ʃiːd] short form 1) the usual way of saying or writing ‘she had when ‘had is an AUXILIARY VERB. This is not often used in formal writing She d forgotten to lock the door.[/ex] 2) the usual way of saying or writing ‘she would . This is not often… …   Dictionary for writing and speaking English

  • she'd — strong 1 the short form of she had : She d already gone when we got there. 2 the short form of she would : She d like to come with us …   Longman dictionary of contemporary English

  • she'd — /sheed/ 1. contraction of she had. 2. contraction of she would. Usage. See contraction. * * * …   Universalium

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