Would he meditate?
The aid would flow.
That's what you would hope.
All searches would come to a halt.
No detail would escape him.
Would they still be married?
They all would have costs too.
Sands would be careful, of course.
How much would entertainment cost?
There would be no clover or alfalfa.
I would like to opt out of body hair.
Then a true Communist society would develop.
So, one would hope, would governments.
Labour would struggle to unite; the Lib Dems would try to be relevant.
But he would destroy it before he died, and he would let no one else look at it.
The skin would tighten, the engorged breasts would harden, a certain pain would set in.
The bank's previous shareholders would have received warrants that would have value only if the new company rebounded.
Labour would win 244 seats, SNP would win 52 seats, Lib Dems would win 21 seats, Plaid would win 4 seats and the Greens would win 1 seat ...
This verb can be used to discuss anything you – or someone else – would like, eg where you would like to go on holiday, what you would like to do over the weekend, what you would like to see in your area, what you would like to do in the future.
"This would be a disaster - many communities would lose vital cultural resources, staff would lose jobs, volunteers would lose opportunities, collections would be put at risk and many local tourist economies would suffer a serious negative impact well beyond the current crisis."
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