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uk   us   also second-hand
previously owned by someone else: A Swan, pre-owned or new, is a real investment. They are reconditioning used cars for sale as certified pre-owned vehicles.
(Definition of pre-owned from the Cambridge Business English Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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