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in the can

informal If a ​film is in the can, ​filming has ​finished and it is ​ready to be ​prepared for ​showing to the ​public.
(Definition of in the can from the Cambridge Advanced Learners Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)
Translations of “in the can”
in Chinese (Simplified) (影片)已经完成拍摄的,已经录制好的…
in Chinese (Traditional) (影片)已經完成拍攝的,已經錄製好的…
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