He is an unable man

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  • Glenfarclas

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    There's no reason to think that the words there don't all have their ordinary meanings, but exact sense of the sentence depends on the context. Where did you find this?
     

    Glenfarclas

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    English (American)
    I guess you will have to ask your teacher what she intended, then. "An unable man" would be an unusual thing to say in English, though. I wonder if your teacher perhaps meant "a disabled man"?
     
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