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  2. CANNOT | English meaning - Cambridge Dictionary

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    us / kəˈnɑt, ˈkæn·ɑt / (contraction can’t, us / kænt, kɑnt /) can not; to be unable or not allowed to: I cannot imagine what will happen next. (Definition of cannot from the Cambridge Academic Content Dictionary © Cambridge University Press) Translations of cannot in Chinese (Traditional) (can 的否定形式)不能,不可以… See more in Chinese (Simplified)

  3. cannot - WordReference.com Dictionary of English

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    cannot - WordReference English dictionary, questions, discussion and forums. All Free.

  4. Cannot vs. Can Not vs. Can’t: Differences Explained ...

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    Cannot and Can’t. Both cannot and can’t mean that a person or object does not have the ability to do something. They can also mean that someone does not have permission when can takes the place of may. However, you wouldn’t necessarily use them in the same contexts.

  5. These two spellings [cannot/can not] are largely interchangeable, but by far the most common is “cannot” and you should probably use it except when you want to be emphatic: “No, you can not wash the dog in the Maytag.”. AskOxford: Both cannot and can not are acceptable spellings, but the first is much more usual.

  6. What is another word for cannot - WordHippo

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    To be not allowed to (do something) May not, shall not Would not possibly, or perhaps, be the case Verb To be unable to (do something) can't can not be unable to be not in a position to be not able to be not equal to be not up to be powerless to “I really want to lose the weight, but I just cannot do the exercise with this ankle.” Verb

  7. cannot - Wiktionary

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    cannot Can not (be unable to). I cannot open the window. It is stuck. Be forbidden or not permitted to You cannot enter the hall without a ticket. Usage notes [ edit] Both the one-word form cannot and the two-word form can not are acceptable, but cannot is more common (in the Oxford English Corpus, three times as common).

  8. Cannot definition and meaning | Collins English Dictionary

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    Cannot definition: Cannot is the negative form of → can 1 . | Meaning, pronunciation, translations and examples

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  10. What does cannot mean? - definitions

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    Definition of cannot in the Definitions.net dictionary. Meaning of cannot. What does cannot mean? Information and translations of cannot in the most comprehensive dictionary definitions resource on the web.

  11. cannot or can not? | EnglishClub

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    Cannot is a contraction of can not. In British English cannot is the normal form. In American English both forms are acceptable but cannot is more common. In general I would suggest that you use cannot. However, note that there are times when you really have to use can not. If the word “not” is part of a set phrase, then you have no choice ...