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canned

 (kănd)
adj.
1. Preserved and sealed in a can or jar.
2. Informal Recorded or taped for repeated use, as on television or radio: canned laughter.
3. Informal
a. Used repeatedly with little or no change: a canned speech.
b. Totally unoriginal; devoid of individuality: "Most [soundtrack albums] contain homogenized dance tracks that provide little more than canned excitement" (Boston Globe).

canned

(kænd)
adj
1. preserved and stored in airtight cans or tins: canned meat.
2. informal prepared or recorded in advance; artificial; not spontaneous: canned music.
3. a slang word for drunk1

canned

(kænd)

adj.
1. preserved in a can or jar: canned peaches.
2. recorded or prerecorded: canned music; canned laughter.
3. prepared in advance for repeated use: a canned speech.
4. Slang. drunk.
[1855–60]
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adj.1.canned - recorded for broadcastcanned - recorded for broadcast; "a transcribed announcement"; "canned laughter"
colloquialism - a colloquial expression; characteristic of spoken or written communication that seeks to imitate informal speech
recorded - set down or registered in a permanent form especially on film or tape for reproduction; "recorded music"
2.canned - sealed in a can or jar
preserved - prevented from decaying or spoiling and prepared for future use
Translations
konzervovanýnaloženépředtočenýv konzervě
dåse-
purkki-säilyke-
konzerviranmehanički
dósa-
缶詰にした缶詰めにした
통조림한
v konzerve
konzerviran
konserverad
ที่บรรจุในกระป๋องที่บรรจุกระป๋อง
đóng hộpđược thu lại

canned

[kænd]
A. PT & PP of can 2
B. ADJ
1. [food] → enlatado, en lata
canned foodsconservas fpl alimenticias
2. (= recorded) [music] → grabado, enlatado
canned laughter (TV, Rad) → risas fpl grabadas
3. (= drunk) → mamado, tomado (LAm)

canned

adj
(US) → Dosen-, in Dosen; canned beerDosenbier nt; canned goodsKonserven pl
(inf) canned musicMusikberieselung f (inf); canned laughter/applauseGelächter nt/Applaus mvom Band; canned heatBrennspiritus m
(inf: = drunk) → blau (inf), → voll (sl)

canned

[kænd]
1. pt, pp of can 2
2. adj (food) → in scatola (fam) (recorded, music) → registrato/a (Brit) (fam) (drunk) → sbronzo/a (Am) (fam) (worker) → licenziato/a

can2

(kӕn) noun
a metal container for liquids and many types of food. oil-can; beer-can; six cans of beer.
verbpast tense, past participle canned
to put (especially food) into cans, usually to preserve it. a factory for canning raspberries.
canned adjective
put in cans. canned peas.
ˈcanneryplural ˈcanneries noun
a factory where goods are canned.

canned

مُسَجَّل, مُعَلَّب konzervovaný, předtočený dåse- konserviert κονσερβαρισμένος, κονσερβοποιημένος enlatado purkki-, säilyke- en boîte, en conserve konzerviran, mehanički in scatola 缶詰にした, 缶詰めにした 통조림한 ingeblikt hermetisert konserwowy, nagrany (wcześniej) enlatado, pré-gravado записанный заранее, консервированный konserverad ที่บรรจุในกระป๋อง, ที่บรรจุกระป๋อง kutulanmış, kutulanmış konserve đóng hộp, được thu lại 罐装的
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He found several sealed bottles of sterilized milk, much mineral water, two tins of biscuits and a crock of very stale cakes, cigarettes in great quantity but very dry, some rather dry oranges, nuts, some tins of canned meat and fruit, and plates and knives and forks and glasses sufficient for several score of people.
Paley having grasped the fact, gave the advice of an old traveller that they should take nice canned vegetables, fur cloaks, and insect powder.
For before your head has time to spoil you can have it canned, and in that way it may be preserved indefinitely.
Champagne sold at from forty to fifty dollars a quart, and canned oyster stew at fifteen dollars.
Those in the cabin broke into the food lockers, and those above scrambled down and joined them in a feast on our crackers and canned goods.
And one woman, nursing a child at her breast, called to Dakon: "Say, Fatty, I'll give you a meal for your skate--ham and potatoes, currant jelly, white bread, canned butter, and two cups of coffee.
I let out a whoop when I read it; but I could have canned my joy, for I was jobbed out of it by the courts and lawyers afterward--not a cent to me, and I'm still paying 'm in instalments.