they'd

[theyd]
1.
contraction of they had.
2.
contraction of they would.

See contraction.
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they'd (ðeɪd)
 
contraction of
they would or they had

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Example sentences
They'd suppress those qualities with disastrous results.
Some kids showed up able to converse with you as though they'd grown up next
  door.
There's every reason to believe they'd continue to function as a powerful,
  pampered political faction.
If only they'd be more positive, expectations would level off and rise, and a
  double-dip would be averted.
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