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  2. Can Definition & Meaning - Merriam-Webster

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    canful ˈkan-ˌfu̇l noun can 3 of 5 verb (2) ˈkan canned; canning transitive verb 1 a : to put in a can : preserve by sealing in airtight cans or jars can tomatoes b : to hit (a golf shot) into the cup c : to hit (a shot) in basketball 2 : to discharge from employment got canned for being late so often 3 slang : to put a stop or end to

  3. Can Definition & Meaning | Britannica Dictionary

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    CAN meaning: 1 : to be able to (do something) to know how to (do something) to have the power or skill to (do something) to be designed to (do something) sometimes used without a following verb; 2 : used to describe what someone sees, feels, thinks, etc.

  4. CAN | English meaning - Cambridge Dictionary

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    Meaning of can in English can modal verb uk strong / kæn / weak / kən / us strong / kæn / weak / kən / can modal verb (ABILITY) A1 to be able to: Can you drive? She can speak four languages. Can you read that sign from this distance? The doctors are doing all that they can, but she's still not breathing properly.

  5. Can Definition & Meaning | Dictionary.com

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    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.

  6. 237 Synonyms & Antonyms of CAN - Merriam-Webster

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    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.

  7. Can - Wikipedia

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    Can may refer to: Contents 1 Containers 2 Music 3 Other 4 See also Containers [ edit] Aluminum can Drink can Oil can Steel and tin cans Trash can Petrol can Metal can (disambiguation) Music [ edit] Can (band), West Germany, 1968 Can (album), 1979 Can (South Korean band) Other [ edit] Can (name), Turkish and Circassian given name and surname

  8. CAN bus - Wikipedia

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    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.

  9. The CAN is a message-based protocol, which means that message carries the message identifier, and based on the identifier, priority is decided. There is no need for node identification in the CAN network, so it becomes very easy to insert or delete it from the network. It is a serial half-duplex and asynchronous type of communication protocol.

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  11. Can - Grammar - Cambridge Dictionary

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    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.