you'd

[yood; unstressed yood, yuhd]
contraction of you had or you would: You'd be foolish to pass up such an offer.

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you'd (juːd, (unstressed) jʊd)
 
contraction of
you had or you would

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Example sentences
You'd reduce water use and end runoff by recycling water in a closed irrigation
  system.
You'd have to give up corn and a whole lot of other things you didn't realize
  were engineered.
Imagine all sorts of meats and vegetables sewn into a pig's stomach and
  boiled-unless you'd rather not.
You'd dial a number, rarely more than seven digits, typically known by heart
  and fingers.
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