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it'd

[it-uh d] /ˈɪt əd/
1.
contraction of it would.
2.
contraction of it had.
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  • He thinks of talking to her but he's sure it'd make her cry.
  • it'd be tiring to drive in it for more than two hours.
  • If this cheese had a mouth, it'd be smoking a pipe and drinking rum.
  • it'd make shows a lot less predictable-and formulaic.
  • It might look weird, but it'd be a real-life use of augmented reality that's actually useful.
  • it'd be interesting to survey hand gestures in common usage by people around the world.
  • If gravity were anywhere near as strong as those, it'd be able to pull atoms apart.
  • it'd be morally bankrupt for us to rely on it as a solution.
  • Obviously some of this could be compensated for in development, but it'd be interesting to see how these polymorphisms affect it.
  • it'd be neat to see such chaos unfold in zero gravity.

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