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02 Jul 07:28 AM

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Here’s the use of “would have”in the Collins dictionary:
You use *would have* with a past participle when you are saying what was likely to have happened by a particular time.
e.g. Within ten weeks of the introduction, 34 million people would have been reached by our television commercials.

What does the example sentence mean?
Thanks a lot in advance!

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