can (cannot, can’t)

can (cannot, can’t)
عَرَفَ \ can (cannot, can’t): to know how to: Can you drive a car?. find out: to learn by inquiry: Please find out what happened. know: (of facts) to have learnt; have in the mind: He didn’t know my name. He knew who I was. Do you know much English? Do you know how to drive? Did you know about his death?.

Arabic-English glossary. 2015.

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  • cannot — can|not [ kæ,nat, kə nat ] modal verb *** the negative form of CAN. The less formal way of saying and writing this is can t: Please don t tell me what I can and cannot do! What if the parties cannot agree? You cannot escape the law. cannot (help) …   Usage of the words and phrases in modern English

  • Can — Can, v. t. & i. Note: [The transitive use is obsolete.] [imp. {Could}.] [OE. cunnen, cannen (1st sing. pres. I can), to know, know how, be able, AS. cunnan, 1st sing. pres. ic cann or can, pl. cunnon, 1st sing. imp. c[=u][eth]e (for cun[eth]e); p …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • cannot — can•not [[t]ˈkæn ɒt, kæˈnɒt, kə [/t]] v. fun a form of can not[/ex] • cannot but Etymology: 1350–1400 usage: cannot is sometimes spelled can not . The one word spelling is more common by far. Its contraction, can t is found chiefly in speech and… …   From formal English to slang

  • cannot\ but — • cannot but formal • can t help but informal v. phr. To be forced to; can only; must. When the streets are full of melting snow, you can t help but get your shoes wet. When a friend gave Jim a ticket to the game, he couldn t help but go. When a… …   Словарь американских идиом

  • cannot — is usually written as one word, although can not occurs from time to time in letters, examination scripts, etc. The contraction can t is fairly recent (around 1800) and does not occur (for example) in Shakespeare. Can t is often articulated even… …   Modern English usage

  • cannot — can|not [ˈkænət, nɔt US na:t] modal v 1.) a negative form of can ▪ Mrs Armstrong regrets that she cannot accept your kind invitation. 2.) cannot but formal used to say that you feel you have to do something ▪ One cannot but admire her… …   Dictionary of contemporary English

  • can't\ help\ but — • cannot but formal • can t help but informal v. phr. To be forced to; can only; must. When the streets are full of melting snow, you can t help but get your shoes wet. When a friend gave Jim a ticket to the game, he couldn t help but go. When a… …   Словарь американских идиом

  • can, may —  Can applies to what is possible and may to what is permissible. You can drive your car the wrong way down a one way street, but you may not. Despite the simplicity of the rule, errors are common, even among experts. Here is William Safire… …   Bryson’s dictionary for writers and editors

  • can, may —    Can applies to what is possible and may to what is permissible. You can drive your car the wrong way down a oneway street, but you may not. Despite the simplicity of the rule, errors are common, even among experts. Here is William Safire… …   Dictionary of troublesome word

  • can, may —    Can applies to what is possible and may to what is permissible. You can drive your car the wrong way down a oneway street, but you may not. Despite the simplicity of the rule, errors are common, even among experts. Here is William Safire… …   Dictionary of troublesome word

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