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it'd

 (ĭt′əd)
1. Contraction of it had.
2. Contraction of it would.

it'd

(ˈɪtəd)
contraction of
1. it would
2. it had

it'd

(ˈɪt əd)
1. contraction of it would.
2. contraction of it had.
Translations

it'd

[ˈɪtəd]
= it would
It'd be fun → Ça serait chouette
= it had
It'd just started → Ça venait juste de commencer
References in classic literature ?
I would tell you where, for I trust you, but it'd make jealousy among the mates.
We're about to bring him home to you--an'--and I thought it'd be better to call you up first so's you might expect us an' not take on with the suddenness of it all.
Ten dollars to the pan'll do it, and it'd be the all-firedest stampede Alaska ever seen.
Well, I was whisperin' it'd be a good idea if you could dig up a gentleman friend - for her" (indicating her companion), "and then, we could go off an' have ice-cream soda somewhere, or coffee, or anything.
No, sir; it'd be much wiser for me to keep the dog that followed me aboard.
The owner is gone to the country an' has no further use of it, an' it'd be a kindness to the cat, air to give it a good regular home like the Makambo.
Sure, an' I couldn't iv done better meself, Hans, if it'd been for you.
Of course, if he was the right sort of a father it'd be different.
Well, I just sat there looking at the chip in the moonlight, and turning it over and over and figuring what it was and where it'd come from, when all of a sudden there was a snap inside my head as if something had broken, and then I could see Vahna spread-eagled on that big nugget and the old fellow with the beak waving the stone knife, and .
Dad thought it an awful waste of time, but he sorter endured it, hoping it'd put me off the notion of going to sea.
A boat once struck upon that, and it's as though it'd been sawn through the middle.
But if there IS a set o' folks in the world that wouldn't have no use for that 'ere 'glad game' o' your'n, it'd be a pair o' quarrellin' lovers; and that's what they be.