tank

artificial lake, storage pond

Tank

[magazine] TANK is a quarterly UK magazine, launched in 1998, covering contemporary culture, such as art, architecture, fashion, current affairs, and music. Completely unknown to most magazine readers, but with a following in the worlds of art and fashion, the magazine has acquired an idiosyncratic, distinct voice through design, critical a...
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tank

[n] - as much as a tank will hold 2. [n] - an enclosed armored military vehicle 3. [n] - a large (usually metallic) vessel for holding gases or liquids 4. [v] - store in a tank by causing (something) to flow into it 5. [v] - treat in a tank
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tank

Armoured fighting vehicle that runs on tracks and is fitted with weapons systems capable of defeating other tanks and destroying life and property. The term was originally a code name for the first...
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Tank

A tank is a heavily armored combat vehicle designed to carry a heavy calibre cannon and machine guns on the battlefield which moves on continuous tracks to provide cross-country mobility.
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Tank

The length of a process or rinse tank in automated lines is always expressed as the dimension along the length of the line. The width of the tank is the dimension across the width of the line. Manual tanks are usually expressed in the converse.
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Tank

Tank noun A small Indian dry measure, averaging 240 grains in weight; also, a Bombay weight of 72 grains, for pearls. Simmonds.
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tank

A large basin or cistern; an artificial receptacle for liquids. Tank engine, a locomotive which carries the water and fuel it requires, thus dispensing with a tender. Tank iron, plate iron thinner than boiler plate, and thicker than sheet iron or stovepipe iron. ... <zoology> Tank worm, a small nematoid worm found in the water tanks of India,...
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tank

storage tank noun a large (usually metallic) vessel for holding gases or liquids
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tank

armored combat vehicle noun an enclosed armored military vehicle; has a cannon and moves on caterpillar treads
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tank

(tank) an artificial receptacle for liquids. Hubbard tank a tank designed for full immersion of the body, used for hydrotherapy. A narrow section at the middle of the tank allows the therapist to reach the patient, and wider sections at each end permit full abduction of the patie...
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Tank

• (n.) A pond, pool, or small lake, natural or artificial. • (n.) A small Indian dry measure, averaging 240 grains in weight; also, a Bombay weight of 72 grains, for pearls. • (n.) A large basin or cistern; an artificial receptacle for liquids.
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tank

any heavily armed and armoured combat vehicle that moves on two endless metal chains called tracks. Tanks are the principal type of armoured vehicle. ... [13 related articles]
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Tank

Vessel which contains oxidizer, fuel or pressurant for a rocket motor.
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tank

the vessel in which the core, yoke and windings of a transformer or reactor are contained
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tank

In rocketry: (1) A container incorporated into the structure of a liquid-fueled rocket from which a liquid propellant or propellants are fed into the combustion chamber or chambers. (2) A container for storage of liquid oxygen, liquid fuel, or other liquid propellant until transferred to the rocket'...
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Tank

Tank is slang for to defeat heavily.
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Tank

Tank was the codename (dreamed up to disguise their intended purpose) of the new British armoured fighting vehicles which were envisaged as land warships. The first tanks were developed by the British during the Great War, but were perhaps just an evolution of the older lightly armed and armoured cars and tractor-drawn artillery. Early tanks were t...
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tank

Type: Term Pronunciation: tank Definitions: 1. A device made to receive and/or hold liquids.
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tank

Click images to enlargeArmoured fighting vehicle that runs on tracks and is fitted with weapons systems capable of defeating other tanks and destroying life and property. The term was originally a code name for the first effective tracked and armoured fighting vehicle, invented by the British soldier and scholar Ernest Sw...
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Tank

a depression formed for the purpose of holding water, usually natural water such as rain water or intermittent stream water. Used mostly in the southwest.
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Tank

[unit] A tank is an obsolete unit of mass in India approximately equal to 4.4 g (69 gr). After metrication in the mid-20th century, the unit became obsolete. However sources also indicate that higher and lower values were used.{Which|date=April 2009} In Mumbai (formerly Bombay), the tank equalled 17 1/72 grains (about 1.1 grams), and 72 tan...
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Tank

[for storing liquid] Made it myself. ...
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Tank

[video game] Tank is a two-player arcade game by Atari Inc. subsidiary Kee Games, originally released on November 5, 1974 and designed by Steve Bristow and Lyle Rains. ==Technology== Tank uses a black and white Motorola television for its display. The control panel consists of four military-style joysticks, two per player, with a fire butto...
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Tank

A tank is a large type of armoured fighting vehicle with tracks, designed for front-line combat. Modern tanks are strong mobile land weapons platforms, mounting a large-calibre cannon in a rotating gun turret. They combine this with heavy vehicle armour providing protection for the crew of the weapon and operational mobility, which allows them to ...
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