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1 : a usually cylindrical receptacle: 2 informal : jail The cops threw him in the can. b : bathroom sense 1 He locked himself in the can and wouldn't come out. 4 informal : buttocks He needs a kick in the can.Why do we use can?
We use can to talk about things which we think are usually, but not always, true: Reducing cholesterol through diet can be difficult. (It’s not always difficult for everyone, but in general it is difficult.) Fireworks can frighten pets. Swans can be very vicious. We don’t normally use could to talk about what we believe to be true in the present.What is the opposite of can?
Can: to bring (as an action or operation) to an immediate end. Synonyms: break, break off, break up… Antonyms: employ, engage, hire… Find the right word.What is the difference between can and may?
He can hardly have meant that. 2 + 2 can also be written 3 + 1. You can go now if you like. Can and may are most frequently interchangeable in uses denoting possibility; because the possibility of one's doing something may depend on another's acquiescence, they have also become interchangeable in the sense denoting permission.