can be able
- (nonstandard) can; to be able
- 1838, Thomas Wright, Queen Elizabeth and her Times:
- For without forces to be present with me, for the wythstanding of any soddayn attempte, what can I be able to do?
- 2011, Vivian Ditzler, A Touch of Mortality, page 195:
- How can I be able to feel such sensation as pain?
- 2012, Troy Abraham, Dawn of New Era:
- Once we can be able to learn how trapped these kind of things are it can be able to persuade us in a way to investigate more about them.