English version

canned in Food topic

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishcannedcanned /kΓ¦nd/ adjective πŸ”Š πŸ”Š 1 DFcanned food is preserved in a round metal container syn tinned British English πŸ”Š canned tomatoes πŸ”Š canned fruit2 β†’ canned music/laughter
Examples from the Corpus
cannedβ€’ Use less meat than the stated quantity and add canned beans to reduce fat content.β€’ Spread with a layer of softened chocolate ice cream and some drained, chopped, canned cherries.β€’ For a complete and balanced meal they must be fed with an equal volume of canned food and mixer.β€’ Neither does canned food provide an environmentally friendly option for preserving food.β€’ Fights erupted outside supermarkets as shoppers battled for parking spaces in desperate efforts to stock up with canned goods.β€’ Particularly popular with customers were the canned nuts, home remedies, pizzas, pasta, cereals and canned pet foods range.β€’ Also, buying canned or frozen food rather than fresh food cuts down our vitamin intake by as much as 25-30 percent.β€’ If you don't have fresh fruit to hand, just use an equal weight of canned or frozen fruit instead.β€’ canned peaches