he'd

[heed; unstressed eed]
1.
contraction of he had.
2.
contraction of he would.

See contraction.
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he'd (hiːd, (unstressed) iːd, hɪd, ɪd)
 
contraction of
he had or he would

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Example sentences
He knew he'd have more fun in the water if he could stay warm.
To see whether he'd enjoy going into medicine, he spent time observing an ear,
  nose and throat surgeon.
Sadly, he'd still have nothing resembling a scientific or even honest article.
Because he's paid by pharma companies to develop meds for alcoholism you can
  expect he'd pump that approach at every opportunity.
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