(of food or drink) Preserved or supplied in a sealed can,
(of food or drink) Preserved or supplied in a sealed can
(of music, laughter, or applause) Prerecorded and therefore considered to be lacking in freshness and spontaneity
recorded for broadcast; "a transcribed announcement"; "canned laughter"
sealed in a can or jar
The following is an episode list for the MTV animated television series Beavis and Butt-head. The series has its roots in 1992 when Mike Judge created two animated shorts - "Frog Baseball" and "Peace, Love & Understanding" - which were later aired on Liquid Television.
Preserved in cans; Drunk; Previously prepared; not fresh or new; standardized, mass produced, or lacking originality or customization
(cans) Another term for recessed downlight housing.
(Cans) Slang for headphones.
(Cans) headsets used for communication backstage during a show.
(CANS) Civil Air Navigation School
(Cans) A term sometimes used to refer to recessed down lights.
(Cans) Headphones.That last take was really kickin', put on the "cans" and lets record the final take.
(Cans) Something worn over the ears to allow sound to be heard without interference from other sounds in the room and without sending out interfering sound. Also known as headphones.
(Cans) The electrodes of the e-meter, made of soup cans with the ends removed and the label washed off. The preclear holds them in his hands during auditing.
(The Cans) electrodes used to measure skin resistance. Normally one is held in each hand. (For solo auditing, both are held in one hand. ...
(cans) Slang for intercom headsets.
Cans are the earphones an actor uses to hear his or her own voice, background music or special effects while recording.
A slang term for a standard “off the shelf” speech or presentation. Often, the term “canned” is used in a negative context to refer to material that a speaker uses too often, without changes, in presentations.
The term to describe material that is recorded for repeated use on television or radio.
Slang for pre-recorded, as opposed to live music or visuals.