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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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