canon
[ˈkænən]
sustantivo
1. (religión)
2. canon (m) (religious decree)
  • canons of good taste (sentido figurado) -> cánones del buen gusto
  • canon law -> derecho (m) canónico
3. canónigo (m) (priest)

canon [ka-non]
sustantivo
1. Canon, regla, ley, estatuto (standard, criterion).
2. Canon o cánones, leyes establecidas por los concilios, que tratan de la disciplina eclesiástica (church decree).
  • Canon law -> derecho canónico
3. Canónigo, el que posee una prebenda o canongía en las catedrales o colegiata
sustantivo
4. Canon, catálogo de los libros sagrados y auténticos aceptados por la Iglesia.
5. Canon, un grado de la letra de imprenta, letra gruesa.
6. Canónigo (clergyman).

canon [ˈkænən]
noun
1 (Rel) etc (decree) canon (m); (rule, norm) canon (m); norma (f)
2 (priest) canónigo (m)
3 (Mús) canon (m)
4 (Literat) [of single author] bibliografía (f) autorizada; catálogo (m) autorizado de obras; (more broadly) corpus (m)
...the Yeatsian canon ...the Marxist canon The body of work which constitutes the canon of English literature as taught in schools and universities, is nearly all written by and for men
modifier
canon law (n) (Rel) derecho (m) canónico

canon
masculine noun
1. canon (norma)
2. ideal (modelo)
3. tax (impuesto)
4. canon (Mús)
5. (law)
  • cánones -> canon law

canon [cah’-non]
noun
1. Canon, the decision of an ecclesiastical council relative to the doctrines or discipline of the church. (m)
2. Catalogue of the books which compose the Holy Scriptures. (m)
3. (Law.) Fee paid in acknowledgment of superiority in a higher lord. (m)
  • Canon de tránsito -> (Aut.) Toll
  • Como mandan los cánones -> as the rules require, in accordance with sound principles
4. Catalogue, list. (m)
5. Canon, a large sort of type. (Printing) (m)
  • Cánones -> canons or canonical law
6. Canon. (Music) (m)
A composition in which the music sung by one part, after a short rest, sung by another part, note for note.

canon
cánones (plural)
1 (modelo) canon (formal)
una novela que sigue los cánones tradicionales a novel which follows the traditional norms o canons; el canon de belleza the model of beauty
2 (Religión) canon
como mandan los cánones
se niega a dimitir, como mandan los cánones de la dignidad política he is refusing to resign, as the norms of political dignity require; primero tomamos un vinito, como mandan los cánones first let's have our requisite glass of wine
3 (impuesto) tax; levy
el estado cobra un canon a las empresas instaladas en terrenos públicos
canon de arrendamiento rate of rental
canon del agua water charge; water rate
canon de traspaso (Dep) transfer fee
4 (Música) canon

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