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    He dropped 200 leesses for ranchers in Oklahoma

    Wha does "leeses" mean on this sentence

    "He dropped 200 leesses
    for ranchers in Oklahoma"

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    Re: He dropped 200 leesses for ranchers in Oklahoma

    Quote Originally Posted by Adriano_CSI View Post
    Wha does "leeses" mean on this sentence

    "He dropped 200 leesses
    for ranchers in Oklahoma"
    Context would be helpful, but it looks like the word should be 'leases', a lease is a contract to use a building or a piece of land etc. for a fixed period of time.

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    Re: He dropped 200 leesses for ranchers in Oklahoma

    Thanks man. I saw "leeses" on closed caption option of Law and order episode. I use closed caption cause its very helpful for me getting to know the words.

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