canst

archaic 2nd person sing. of CAN(1).

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present second singular of can

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/kanst/, v. Archaic.
2nd pers. sing. pres. of can.

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canst strong UK [kænst] US weak UK [kənst] US verb
Phrase: thou canst

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canst «kanst», verb. second person singular present of can1.
Archaic. can (used only with thou). “Thou canst” means “you can.”

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[kanst]
archaic second person singular present of can I

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canst f15 [canst] [kænst] [kænst] verb thou canst (old use)
used to mean ‘you can’, when talking to one person

Useful english dictionary. 2012.

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  • canst — [kənst strong kænst] v thou canst old use used to mean you can when talking to one person …   Dictionary of contemporary English

  • canst — [ weak kənst, strong kænst ] verb thou canst an old phrase meaning you can …   Usage of the words and phrases in modern English

  • canst — [kanst] vi., vt. archaic 2d pers. sing., pres. indic., of CAN1: used with thou …   English World dictionary

  • canst — verb Second person singular simple present form of can. Canst thou show me the way? …   Wiktionary

  • canst — strong verb thou canst old use used to mean you can when talking to one person …   Longman dictionary of contemporary English

  • canst — strong UK [kænst] / US weak UK [kənst] / US verb thou canst …   English dictionary

  • canst — archaic present second singular of can …   New Collegiate Dictionary

  • canst — /kanst/, v. Archaic. 2nd pers. sing. pres. of can. * * * …   Universalium

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  • canst — archaic second person singular present of can1 …   English new terms dictionary

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