Definition of 'canned'
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That approach to preaching often feels canned and artificial to folks. Christianity Today (2000)But most do have a freezer cabinet and canned fruit and veg. The Sun (2013)If there is a choice between using fresh vegetables and canned foods always choose the former. The Residue Report - an action plan for safer food (1988)The other is canned laughter in sitcoms. Times, Sunday Times (2008)This means that foods such as canned sardines and canned meats are still really nutritious. Times, Sunday Times (2009)Bran flakes with skimmed milk topped with slices of fresh or canned peach. The Sun (2006)It came out with what sounded like canned laughter from a dopey sitcom. Times, Sunday Times (2009)At least there was no canned laughter. Times, Sunday Times (2013)Frozen vegetables and canned and frozen fruit can form the basis of your five a day of fruit and vegetables. The Sun (2013)No background music or canned laughter, just wonderful competitors being themselves. Times, Sunday Times (2016)Theories abound as to the causes of death, ranging from tainted canned meat to lead poisoning. The Times Literary Supplement (2011)As we become affluent, we buy them canned meat. Times, Sunday Times (2014)Most people think it produces canned fruit and vegetables, but its main product is now pet food. Times, Sunday Times (2010)Why do TV channels insist on added canned laughter and applause on quiz shows? The Sun (2014)Well, there's all that canned music. Times, Sunday Times (2006)Or a baked potato with baked beans and some vegetables - these can be fresh, canned or frozen. The Sun (2013)
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Translations for 'canned'
British English: canned /kænd/ ADJECTIVE
Canned music, laughter, or applause on a television or radio programme has been recorded beforehand and is added to the programme to make it sound as if there is a live audience.
However, the temptation is always there to add canned laughter in the editing.
- American English: canned laughter
- Arabic: مُسَجَّل
- Brazilian Portuguese: pré-gravado
- Chinese: 罐装的
- Croatian: mehanički
- Czech: předtočený smích v televizi
- Danish: dåse-
- Dutch: ingeblikt
- European Spanish: enlatado
- Finnish: purkki-
- French: en conserve
- German: konserviert
- Greek: κονσερβοποιημένος
- Italian: in scatola
- Japanese: 缶詰めにした
- Korean: 통조림한
- Norwegian: hermetisert
- Polish: nagrany (wcześniej)
- European Portuguese: enlatado
- Romanian: înregistrat
- Russian: записанный заранее
- Spanish: enlatado
- Swedish: konserverad
- Thai: ที่บรรจุในกระป๋อง
- Turkish: kutulanmış
- Ukrainian: записаний на плівку
- Vietnamese: được thu lại
Definition of canned from the Collins English Dictionary
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