Definition of she'll in English:


Pronunciation /ʃiːl/ /ʃɪl/


  • She shall; she will.

    • ‘Regardless of the next stop for Sonja, she'll have no problems taking it all in stride.’
    • ‘Maybe she'll learn, but somehow I doubt it because we've been here on a number of occasions in the past.’
    • ‘My mom has told me that she'll be coming to help me with my move, and I'm so excited.’
    • ‘We are all propping each other up in this, not knowing if it's likely she'll recover or not.’
    • ‘Of course, it doesn't mean she's going to come anywhere decent, but at least she'll give a good show.’
    • ‘Maybe she'll get us a little cat, because my sister has always wanted one.’
    • ‘She spent a year in Estonia a while back, so I've no doubt she'll cope fine with the extreme change of scene.’
    • ‘Then she'll think about assembling a crew to reproduce the album live and on tour.’
    • ‘Now she'll take on one of the biggest and most difficult departments in government.’
    • ‘On what we've seen so far, it shouldn't much matter what age her opponents are, she'll still win.’
    • ‘Tomorrow she'll fly to Frankfurt alone and wait for the rest of the band to join her there for the European leg of the tour.’
    • ‘She will probably be very pleased to hear from you, because I don't think she'll get many like that.’
    • ‘I'll ask her if she'll mind me sharing her recipe with all of you some time.’
    • ‘I tell her and she says she'll check some details and ring me back in five minutes.’
    • ‘There's many a woman who goes out with a guy and says to her friends that she'll be able to change him.’
    • ‘Any more of this and she'll be getting a reputation as a celebrity stalker.’
    • ‘Another source reports that she's utterly traumatised that she'll break a nail.’
    • ‘It's expected that she'll be contesting much better races than this in the not too distant future.’
    • ‘She adds that she is optimistic about the work she'll be able to achieve in Bulgaria.’
    • ‘She's so excited about it that she knows she'll win an Emmy for it this year.’



/ʃiːl/ /ʃɪl/