Definition of it'd in English:



  • 1It had.

    ‘it'd been there for years’
    • ‘It was as though it'd been written by someone other than Barbara.’
    • ‘This afternoon BHP announced it'd secured 56 per cent of the shares in WMC.’
    • ‘If it'd been silent that would have been weird, so I should probably be thankful for some white-noise.’
    • ‘It was a mild day, warmer than it'd been in weeks.’
    • ‘If I'd paid for my subscription, I'd certainly feel that it'd been mis-sold and I'd want my money back.’
    1. 1.1It would.
      ‘it'd be great to see you’
      • ‘Surely, it'd have to be something more appropriate.’
      • ‘Computers in those days didn't have a screen attached, all you had was a printer, so you'd type in your moves and it'd print out what happened.’
      • ‘‘We thought it'd be a good time,’ they say, a general sentiment echoed by many men on board.’
      • ‘You can fantasize to your heart's content, but you'll probably never really know what it'd be like if you and Dream Boy got together.’
      • ‘I've actually found loads of things, but won't put them up for sale all at once; I think it'd be better to stagger them all over the next few weeks.’
      • ‘Otherwise it'd be the most embarrassing thing ever, you know.’
      • ‘But I can't just dump her and find some new friends cause making friends takes time and it'd be really mean.’
      • ‘Can't imagine it'd have made things a lot better.’
      • ‘That said, sometimes it'd be nice to be a bit picky.’
      • ‘Look, I think it'd be a very different job from this one.’
      • ‘The creators figured it'd be a hit amongst junior nerds.’
      • ‘I am computer savvy, and had read other blogs and thought it'd be worth a shot.’
      • ‘‘I thought it'd be like stage fright but for the next 12 years,’ he recalls.’
      • ‘If you redid it now with minimal changes to the script and setup, and a hefty FX budget, I reckon it'd go down rather well…’
      • ‘Then it'd cloud over and start threatening rain.’
      • ‘And if the film were a haircut, it'd definitely need a hat.’
      • ‘You'd probably look at it now and it'd be shocking.’
      • ‘I liked the penthouse immediately but thought it'd be far too expensive.’
      • ‘And then I heard her speak, and I thought it'd be good to talk to this woman.’
      • ‘Besides, we're heading off for Mexico before long, and it'd be silly to travel all that way with an incomplete kit.’