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tinned

[ tind ]
/ tɪnd /
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adjective
coated or plated with tin.
Chiefly British. preserved or packed in a can; canned.
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Origin of tinned

Middle English word dating back to 1350–1400; see origin at tin, -ed2, -ed3

OTHER WORDS FROM tinned

un·tinned, adjective
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British Dictionary definitions for tinned

tinned
/ (tɪnd) /

adjective
plated, coated, or treated with tin
mainly British preserved or stored in airtight tinstinned soup
coated with a layer of solder
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