Traducción de who'd en Español:

who'd

Pronunciación /huːd//hud/

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    • When my Mother was 10 years old, my Grandmother returned to visit the family who'd looked after her.
    • I then got chatting with a really nice woman who'd come up from Cork.
    • David Batty's touch took the ball beyond John Terry to Keane, who'd only been on the pitch for six minutes.
    • I'd also looked after an old gent called Jack who'd been a sergeant in charge of a bunch of Irish lads.
    • The woman who'd been sitting at the computer next to mine turned to face me.
    • City police officers who'd been there that day left their outpost to greet him.
    • As it happened, I got a phone call at work the next morning by a medical student who'd discovered my wallet and traced it back to me.
    • Regulars said there were an awful lot of people there who'd never been to St Brigid's before.
    • At work, everyone who'd made an effort to be home was totally understanding when their viewings were cancelled.
    • She learned German and went on a school exchange to Frankfurt, which was so prosperous she wondered who'd won the war.
    • Mainly, everyone there seemed astonished at the number of people who'd turned out.
    • While I was in the coma, the doctors told Jim and my family, who'd flown over, to keep talking to me and play music.
    • Alex, who'd dragged me up here to see what he was so excited about seeing himself, was taken aback.
    • But all my friends who'd never really listened to them were blown away, and loved it.
    • Just over a year ago, I applauded a group of Star Wars fans who'd built the Millennium Falcon in their backyard.
    • I suspect they were visiting a local family and had come to pay respect to two old folks who'd not seen this last winter through.
    • They would have no compunction about silencing a fellow countryman who'd discovered their hidden lair.
    • The young men who'd been hiding in the hills filtered back into the town to greet their new protectors.
    • He once went to the help of a man who'd been mugged on Hampstead Heath.
    • Was this the girl who'd created my almost favourite album of all time?
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    • Gosh, who'd have thought being a modern woman could be so complicated?
    • It's just a real pity that there are people out there who'd like nothing more than to exploit it.
    • He also found it helpful to think of the people who'd benefit from the charities he was running for.
    • He used to link up with Chris Llewellyn, who'd start his trek from Swansea.
    • The kind of person who'd prefer Havana to Tuscany, the café con leche to the cappuccino.
    • You accept that someday your parents will die, but I never saw myself as someone who'd get divorced.
    • Remove everyone over 60, mostly old men who'd rather there weren't any women here.
    • He's in trouble and he's gone for the guys in the team who'd hurt the team most: the leader and the management.
    • The deadline for those who'd like to submit their films is less than a month away, however.
    • I get a cop who sounds like an old bored man who'd really rather be at the bingo parlor.
    • If Chaucer were alive today, and armed with a shotgun, there wouldn't be a jury in the land who'd convict.
    • But it's the big one that Khan is hell bent on winning now - and who'd back against him?
    • It would also be great to meet those who'd like to submit some pieces for the next issue of IMAGINE.
    • Frankly, I'm astonished that there's someone else out there who'd stretch to five pounds for it.
    • Feste tells a fool's tale about those who'd want to tax owners of more than one car.
    • They regularly argue over who'd do best at job creation.
    • So here are three excellent articles for those who'd like to bury the music industry and dance on its grave.
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