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ca' canny

noun ca' can·ny \k-ˈka-nē\

Definition of CA' CANNY

British
:  slowdown
ca' canny intransitive verb, British

Origin of CA' CANNY

Scots, verb, to proceed cautiously, from ca' (call) + canny careful
First Known Use: 1886

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