who've

who've

(huːv)
contraction of
who have
Translations

who've

[ˈhuːv]
Who've you been talking to? → À qui est-ce que tu as parlé?
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Well, Rosalind and Orlando, as we may as well call them, are two newly married young people who've been married, say, a year, and who find themselves at the end of it loving each other more than at the beginning,--for you are to suppose two of the tenderest, most devoted hearts that ever beat as one.
Irwine, and to all my friends here, who've drunk my health and wished me well.
I don't think this is paradise no more'n you do, but we wouldn't be the first who've come with nothing but a team and made a living.
And you say that--when it's you who've made it impossible?
Then it's not your wife who's left you; it's you who've left your wife.
The greatest portrait painters have painted both, man and the intention of his soul; Rembrandt and El Greco; it's only the second-raters who've only painted man.
I suppose there's not a dozen men on the ship who've really seen bloodshed.
Leave that to the poor devils who've got nothing better to do.
You can't expect Englishwomen to stand roughing it as the natives do who've been acclimatised.
Them who've made sure of their good-luck may be disappointed yet," Mrs.
I only wish some of the bigwigs who've never been out of an office could see it.
Perhaps he's one of those creatures who've slipped the ratchet off the motion cog.