Definition of 'unlead'
Example sentences containing 'unlead'
The Sun (2010)
When the wings are deployed, the aircraft is capable of flying 430 miles on a single tank of standard unleaded.Times, Sunday Times (2014)
The shadow health secretary was booed by union activists for claiming unleaded cost 1.60 a litre instead of the true price of 1.16.The Sun (2015)
Definition of unlead from the Collins English Dictionary
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