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that's

(ðæts)
contraction of
that is or that has

that's

(ðæts; unstressed ðəts)
1. contraction of that is: That's mine.
2. contraction of that has: That's got more leaves.
References in classic literature ?
If being a newspaper man had put the notion of becoming a writer into your mind that's all right.
The only way is to put him down at once,--not let him open his mouth; that's the way papa manages.
Oh, that's all very fine to SAY, Tom Sawyer, but how in the nation are these fellows going to be ran- somed if we don't know how to do it to them?
Now, look-a-here, Tom, less take and swear to one another -- that's what we got to do -- swear to keep mum.
He hates you - they all hate you - that's the truth
Ask them as have been to school at Tarley: they've learnt pernouncing; that's come up since my day.
If you wish to talk to me, you can come, that's all.
God alone can cure that," said Sancho; "for I have more proverbs in me than a book, and when I speak they come so thick together into my mouth that they fall to fighting among themselves to get out; that's why my tongue lets fly the first that come, though they may not be pat to the purpose.
IT'S on my visiting cards sure enough (and it's them that's all o' pink satin paper) that inny gintleman that plases may behould the intheristhin words, "Sir Pathrick O'Grandison, Barronitt, 39 Southampton Row, Russell Square, Parrish o' Bloomsbury.
Yes, that's the d'Urberville nose and chin--a little debased.
Well, all my money was in my jacket pocket, and it's all mixed up with the burnt stuff, and that's too 'ot to touch.
That's the land of nothin' to do out there, an' I got a ticket for it - an' it ain't no return ticket, b'gosh