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  1. can2 [ kan ] noun a sealed container for food, beverages, etc., as of aluminum, sheet iron coated with tin, or other metal: a can of soup. a receptacle for garbage, ashes, etc.: a trash can. a bucket, pail, or other container for holding or carrying liquids: water can. a drinking cup; tankard. verb (used with object), canned, can·ning.

  2. Can comes first in the verb phrase (after the subject and before another verb): We [verb phrase] can take the train to Birmingham. Can is never used with another modal verb: He can hear the music from his room sometimes. Not: He can might hear the music … or He might can might hear the music … Negative (−) form The negative form of can is can’t.

  3. Definition of can. 1. as in to stop. slang to bring (as an action or operation) to an immediate end can the chatter, or I'm kicking you out of this library. Synonyms & Similar Words. Relevance. stop. cease. halt.

  4. › wiki › CAN_busCAN bus - Wikipedia

    CAN is a multi-master serial bus standard for connecting electronic control units (ECUs) also known as nodes (automotive electronics is a major application domain). Two or more nodes are required on the CAN network to communicate.

  5. › wiki › Can_(band)Can (band) - Wikipedia

    Can (stylised as CAN) was a German experimental rock band formed in Cologne in 1968 by Holger Czukay (bass, tape editing), Irmin Schmidt (keyboards), Michael Karoli (guitar), and Jaki Liebezeit (drums). The group used several vocalists, most prominently the American Malcolm Mooney (1968–70) and the Japanese Damo Suzuki (1970–73).

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  7. The use of can in this way is informal (mainly between friends and family): Can you make a cup of coffee, please. Can you put the TV on. Can you come here a minute. Can you be quiet! can for permission. We sometimes use can to ask or give permission for something: Can I smoke in this room? You can't smoke here, but you can smoke in the garden.

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