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tinned

adjective uk   /tɪnd/ UK ( US canned) us  
Food that is tinned is put in a tin in order to preserve it: I don't like tinned tomatoes/spaghetti/milk.
Translations of “tinned”
in Korean 통조림의…
in Arabic مُعَلَّب…
in Portuguese enlatado…
in Catalan enllaunat, de llauna…
in Japanese 缶詰の…
in Italian in scatola…
in Chinese (Traditional) (尤指食品)罐裝的…
in Russian консервированный…
in Turkish konserve…
in Chinese (Simplified) (尤指食品)罐装的…
in Polish w puszce, z puszki, konserwowy…
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