WOULDN'T

WOULDN'T
contr. would not.
Phrases and idioms:
I wouldn't know colloq. (as is to be expected) I do not know.

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/ˈwʊdn̩t/
— used as a contraction of would not

I wouldn't call him if I were you.

I knocked on his door, but he wouldn't answer.


Useful english dictionary. 2012.

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