[kant; German kahnt] /kænt; German kɑnt/
[ih-man-yoo-uh l;; German ih-mah-noo-el] /ɪˈmæn yu əl;; German ɪˈmɑ nuˌɛl/ (Show IPA), 1724–1804, German philosopher.
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Immanuel (ɪˈmaːnueːl). 1724–1804, German idealist philosopher. He sought to determine the limits of man’s knowledge in Critique of Pure Reason (1781) and propounded his system of ethics as guided by the categorical imperative in Critique of Practical Reason (1788)
[kahn-tahr] /kɑnˈtɑr/ noun 1. (in some Middle Eastern countries) a unit of weight corresponding to the hundredweight, but varying in different localities. /kænˈtɑː/ noun 1. a unit of weight used in E Mediterranean countries, equivalent to 100 pounds or 45 kilograms but varying from place to place
[kan-ther-uh s] /ˈkæn θər əs/ noun, plural kantharoi [kan-thuh-roi] /ˈkæn θəˌrɔɪ/ (Show IPA). Greek and Roman Antiquity. 1. a deep bowl set upon a stem terminating in a foot and having two handles rising from the brim and curving downward to join the body.
[kan-tee-uh n, kahn-] /ˈkæn ti ən, ˈkɑn-/ adjective 1. of, relating to, or resembling the philosophy of . noun 2. an adherent of the philosophy of Immanuel . /ˈkæntɪən/ adjective 1. (of a philosophical theory) derived from or analogous to a position of Immanuel Kant, esp his doctrines that there are synthetic a priori propositions […]
[kan-ter] /ˈkæn tər/ noun 1. MacKinlay [muh-kin-lee] /məˈkɪn li/ (Show IPA), 1904–77, U.S. novelist.