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cannon British & World English

A large, heavy piece of artillery, typically mounted on wheels, formerly used in warfare

in cannon British & World English

A large, heavy piece of artillery, typically mounted on wheels, formerly used in warfare

cannon bone British & World English

A long tube-shaped bone in the lower leg of a horse or other large quadruped, between the fetlock and the knee or hock

snow cannon British & World English

A machine which makes artificial snow and blows it on to ski slopes

cannon fodder British & World English

Soldiers regarded merely as material to be expended in war

water cannon British & World English

A device that ejects a powerful jet of water, typically used to disperse a crowd

loose cannon British & World English

An unpredictable or uncontrolled person who is liable to cause unintentional damage

nursery cannon British & World English

A cannon which keeps the balls close together

cannonball British & World English

A round metal or stone projectile fired from a cannon

cannon English Thesaurus

the couple behind almost cannoned into us

cannon English-Spanish

cañón masculine

canon New Oxford Dictionary for Writers & Editors

general rule or principle

snow cannon English-Spanish

cañón masculine de nieve artificial

cannon fodder English-Spanish

carne feminine de cañón

water cannon English-Spanish

cañón masculine de agua