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Can may refer to:
- Aluminum can
- Tin can, a rigid steel or tinplate container for storing food and other predominantly liquid products, also known as a steel can or tin
- Beverage can, a can designed to hold a single serving of a beverage
- Oil can, a can that holds oil for lubricating machines or for an oil lamp
- Trash can, a big can that holds trash
- Canning, a process of preserving food
- Controller area network, a vehicle bus standard for data communication
- Campus area network, a computer network made up of an interconnection of local area networks (LANs) within a limited geographical area
- Content addressable network, a distributed, decentralized P2P infrastructure.
- Can (band), an experimental rock band formed in West Germany in 1968, originally called The Can
- Can (South Korean band), a South Korean band
- Can (album), a 1979 krautrock album
Main article: Can (name)
- Tomato can (sports idiom), or simply "tomato" or "can" is an idiom for a fighter with poor or diminished skills
- Can (verb), an English modal auxiliary verb
- Cans, ISO 15924 code for Canadian Aboriginal syllabics
- Childhood acute neuropsychiatric symptoms
- Slang for toilet
- Slang for buttocks
- "Cans", slang for headphones
- All pages beginning with "Can"
- All pages with titles containing Can
- Cannes, France
- CAN (disambiguation)
- Cahn (disambiguation)
- Cane (disambiguation)
- Kan (disambiguation)
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