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Old February 25, 2022, 11:10 PM
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Why is "lo" used in this sentence?

I have the sentence:

"Él hombre está listo para trabajar, pero su mujer no lo está."

The "lo" doesn't seem to represent any object. All I can figure is that "no está" typically means "is not here" and that the "lo" is added to change the meaning to simply "is not", but I'm not entirely sure.
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