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A closed container for liquids or gases.
An open container or pool for storing water or other liquids.
A pond, pool, or small lake, natural or artificial.
- The tanks are full and the grass is high.
The fuel reservoir of a vehicle.
The amount held by a container; a tankful.
''I burned three tanks of gas on the drive to New York.''
A reservoir or dam.
A large metal container for holding drinking water for animals, usually placed near a wind-driven water pump, in an animal pen or field.
By extension a small pond for the same purpose.
A very muscular and physically imposing person. Somebody who is like a tank.
a unit or character designed primarily around damage absorption and holding the attention of the enemy (as opposed to dealing damage, healing, or other tasks)
(quote-journal)|volume=23|issue=8|issn=1054-4836|page=(gbooks)|passage=He told me about all the odd jobs he'd taken after I was born, when Michigan's economy was tanking. For one, he crisscrossed the Midwest buying old carpets from dentists' offices.
To attract the attacks of an enemy target in cooperative team-based combat, so that one's teammates can defeat the enemy in question more efficiently.
To put (fuel, etc.) into a tank.
- Beforehand, Swedish ice hockey team coach Bengt-Ake Gustafsson had ruminated about tanking against Slovakia to avoid powerful Canada or the Czechs in the quarters quarterfinals of the 2006 Winter Olympic tournament, telling Swedish television, "One is cholera, the other the plague."
(l) (''military fighting vehicle'')
(l) (''for storage'')
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(l) (military vehicle)
(l) (container, Quebec French)
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(l), tank (gloss)
(l), fighting vehicle (gloss)
developing (l) (gloss)
(l) (military and container)
a (l) (q)
(l) (container for liquids)