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[sheel; unstressed shil] /ʃil; unstressed ʃɪl/
contraction of she will.
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Based on the Random House Dictionary, © Random House, Inc. 2015.
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Examples from the web for she'll
  • Once she's harvested the sunflower heads, she'll leave the stalks in place to support the bean vines.
  • she'll never fly out to forage in the great blue beyond.
  • she'll need salt, so we're planning a group beach excursion to harvest salt again.
  • she'll be excellent for communicating science to the younger crowds.
  • If you seem a little dangerous or touched in the head, she'll take off in the other direction.
  • she'll find them there in the morning and put them away all right.
  • Then she'll sling lots of hot water on you, wash your hair, and give you another scrub.
  • She has missed the school bus, so she'll have to take the public bus.
  • But if he doesn't get away fast enough, she'll turn him into insect soup.
  • she'll be a great help for us in this study, helping identify some of the critters that we'll see.
British Dictionary definitions for she'll


/ʃiːl; unstressed ʃɪl/
she will or she shall
Collins English Dictionary - Complete & Unabridged 2012 Digital Edition
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