-'d

(Pronounced [[t]-d[/t]] after a vowel sound and [[t]-əd[/t]] after a consonant sound.)
1) -'d is a spoken form of `had', especially when `had' is an auxiliary verb. It is added to the end of the pronoun which is the subject of the verb. For example, `you had' can be shortened to `you'd'.
2) -'d is a spoken form of `would'. It is added to the end of the pronoun which is the subject of the verb. For example, `I would' can be shortened to `I'd'.

English dictionary. 2008.

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