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I am aware that "be able to" means "If you are able to do something, you have enough freedom, power, time, or money to do it".

An ELL post("Could you...?" vs. "Were you able to...?") gives an example

Were you able to attend the meeting yesterday?

I cannot understand in what kind of context a guy would say that, could someone make up a scenario?

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