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meaning of lone #1 (permalink) Mon Apr 02, 2007 16:12 pm   meaning of lone
 

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ESL/EFL Test #245 "Confusing Words test (18)", question 8

Before you buy that used car, you should check with the motor vehicles department to make sure the car is free of any ..........

(a) liens
(b) leans
(c) lone

English Language Tests, Intermediate level

ESL/EFL Test #245 "Confusing Words test (18)", answer 8

Before you buy that used car, you should check with the motor vehicles department to make sure the car is free of any liens.

Correct answer: (a) liens
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Meaning of 'lone' #2 (permalink) Mon Apr 02, 2007 16:23 pm   Meaning of 'lone'
 

Hello,
The meaning of lone is: solitary; having no company; being alone.
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