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How Do You Spell CAN?

Correct spelling for the English word "can" is [k_ˈa_n], [kˈan], [kˈan]] (IPA phonetic alphabet).

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Definition of CAN

  1. kan, n. a vessel for holding or carrying liquids, generally of tinned iron, with a handle over the top: a chimney-pot: a vessel of tin-plate in which meat, fruit, &c. are hermetically sealed for exporting--in England usually called a tin: a drinking-mug.--v.t. to put up for preservation in cans.--n.pl. CANNED'-GOODS, meat, fruit, &c. so prepared for preservation.--n. CAN'NERY, a place where meat, fish, fruit, &c. are canned. [A.S. canne; cf. L. canna, a reed, Gr. kann[=e], a reed.]

Common Misspellings for CAN

Below is the list of 453 misspellings for the word "can".

Usage Examples for CAN

  1. " What can Mr. Cheetham know? - "Put Yourself in His Place" by Charles Reade
  2. " There's nothing that you can do," said Naggeneen. - "Fairies and Folk of Ireland" by William Henry Frost
  3. How can you love me?" - "Together" by Robert Herrick (1868-1938)
  4. What can you say to her? - "Hypatia or, New Foes with an Old Face" by Charles Kingsley
  5. I never can be. - "Apron-Strings" by Eleanor Gates

What does can stand for?

Abbreviation CAN means:

  1. Comandos de Acción Nacional
  2. Fax ( Navigator Fax)

Conjugate verb Can

CONDITIONAL PERFECT

I would have canned
you would have canned
he/she/it would have canned
we would have canned
they would have canned
I would have can
you would have can
he/she/it would have can
we would have can
they would have can

CONDITIONAL PERFECT PROGRESSIVE

I would have been canning
you would have been canning
he/she/it would have been canning
we would have been canning
they would have been canning

CONDITIONAL PRESENT

I would can
you would can
he/she/it would can
we would can
they would can

CONDITIONAL PRESENT PROGRESSIVE

I would be canning
you would be canning
he/she/it would be canning
we would be canning
they would be canning

FUTURE

I will can
you will can
he/she/it will can
we will can
they will can

FUTURE CONTINUOUS

I will be canning
you will be canning
he/she/it will be canning
we will be canning
they will be canning

FUTURE PERFECT

I will have canned
you will have canned
he/she/it will have canned
we will have canned
they will have canned

FUTURE PERFECT CONTINUOUS

I will have been canning
you will have been canning
he/she/it will have been canning
we will have been canning
they will have been canning

IMPERATIVE

you can
we let´s can

NONFINITE VERB FORMS

to can

PAST CONTINUOUS

I was canning
you were canning
he/she/it was canning
we were canning
they were canning

PAST PARTICIPLE

canned

PAST PERFECT

I had canned
you had canned
he/she/it had canned
we had canned
they had canned

PAST PERFECT CONTINUOUS

I had been canning
you had been canning
he/she/it had been canning
we had been canning
they had been canning

PRESENT

I can
you can
he/she/it can
we can
they can
he/she/it cans

PRESENT CONTINUOUS

I am canning
you are canning
he/she/it is canning
we are canning
they are canning

PRESENT PARTICIPLE

canning

PRESENT PERFECT

I have canned
you have canned
he/she/it has canned
we have canned
they have canned

PRESENT PERFECT CONTINUOUS

I have been canning
you have been canning
he/she/it has been canning
we have been canning
they have been canning

SIMPLE PAST

I canned
you canned
he/she/it canned
we canned
they canned
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