you've
Date: circa 1600 you have

New Collegiate Dictionary. 2001.

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  • you've — [ju:v] the short form of you have ▪ You ve broken it …   Dictionary of contemporary English

  • you've — (you have) v. you possess; verb used together with another verb to indicate past tense …   English contemporary dictionary

  • you've — [ juv ] short form the usual way of saying or writing you have when have is an AUXILIARY VERB. This is not often used in formal writing …   Usage of the words and phrases in modern English

  • you've — ► CONTRACTION ▪ you have …   English terms dictionary

  • you've — [yo͞ov, yoov] contraction you have …   English World dictionary

  • you've — contr. you have. * * * /ˈjuːv, jəv/ used as a contraction of you have I think you ve solved the problem. * * * you ve [you ve] [juːv] [juːv] short form you have …   Useful english dictionary

  • you've — [[t]juːv[/t]] You ve is the usual spoken form of you have , especially when have is an auxiliary verb. Now you ve got your degree, what will you do?... Many of the fruits you ve tasted on your holidays can be found in supermarkets …   English dictionary

  • you've — /yoohv/; unstressed /yoov, yeuhv/ contraction of you have: You ve already been there. Usage. See contraction. * * * …   Universalium

  • you've — [juːv] short form the usual way of saying or writing ‘you have when ‘have is an AUXILIARY VERB. This is not often used in formal writing You ve got a letter.[/ex] …   Dictionary for writing and speaking English

  • you've — contraction you have …   English new terms dictionary

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