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Found 3 items, similar to tank.
English → Indonesian (quick) Definition: tank tanki
English → English (WordNet) Definition: tank tank v 1: store in a tank by causing (something) to flow into it 2: treat in a tank; “tank animal refuse” tank n 1: an enclosed armored military vehicle; has a cannon and moves on caterpillar treads [syn: army tank, armored combat vehicle , armoured combat vehicle] 2: a large (usually metallic) vessel for holding gases or liquids [syn: storage tank] 3: as much as a tank will hold [syn: tankful] 4: a freight car that transports liquids or gases in bulk [syn: tank car] 5: a cell for violent prisoners [syn: cooler]
English → English (gcide) Definition: Tank Tank \Tank\ (t[a^][ng]k), n. [Pg. tanque, L. stangum a pool; or perhaps of East Indian origin. Cf. Stank, n.] 1. A large basin or cistern; an artificial receptacle for liquids. [1913 Webster] 2. A pond, pool, or small lake, natural or artificial. [Webster 1913 Suppl.] We stood in the afterglow on the bank of the tank and saw the ducks come home. --F. Remington. The tanks are full and the grass is high. --Lawson. [Webster 1913 Suppl.] 3. (Mil.) a heavily armored combat vehicle which moves on caterpillar treads, rather than wheels. It typically carries a cannon and a heavy machine, and sometimes other weapons. It is the main distinguishing weapon of an armored division. [PJC] 4. a jail cell for temporarily holding prisoners, as in a police station. [PJC] 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. Tank worm (Zo["o]l.), a small nematoid worm found in the water tanks of India, supposed by some to be the young of the Guinea worm. [1913 Webster] Tank \Tank\ (t[a^][ng]k), n. A small Indian dry measure, averaging 240 grains in weight; also, a Bombay weight of 72 grains, for pearls. --Simmonds. [1913 Webster]


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