water tank

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Noun1.water tank - a tank that holds the water used to flush a toiletwater tank - a tank that holds the water used to flush a toilet
storage tank, tank - a large (usually metallic) vessel for holding gases or liquids
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water tank

nserbatoio or cisterna d'acqua
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Tenders are invited for Improvement of pathway from backside of watertank area to Plot No 10 at sec 20 Ward No 67 Turbhe
Eddie had stepped out onto the platform for a cigarette when the train stopped "in the middle of nowhere and black as hell, and I look up and see that name Shelton written on the watertank.
Fabricate 2,000-gallon watertank, Chelan County PUD; apparent low bidder was Randco Tanks of Kelso.
CCPO Quetta said the Improvised Explosive Device (IED) the terrorists planted in a watertank was armed with around 800-1000 kilograms of high-grade detonable material.
WaterTank with a capacity of about 20,000 Liters###1###50,000###50,000
Through a branded application called the WaterTank game on Facebook, Levi's helped users learn about saving water.
Drive to both sides of the rear wheel will be supplied via a toothed belt, and cooling will be supplied by an ice and watertank system, with the radiator eliminated to reduce drag.
Jamaica Observer, 2001) and The Watertank Revisited (Peepal Tree Press,
30) The Experimental Farm PAICI, is located at kilometer 63 between the Mine and Port Bolivar, with an extension of 6 acres of territory, including a watertank of 12000 liters and a stable for 100 goats, a conference centre and offices.
Established in 1891, originally as a windmill and wooden watertank manufacturing and repair facility, Union Planing Mill now employs 49 people at its 60,000-square-foot facility.
Save pounds 60 more by putting a jacket on your hot watertank, filling gaps around doors and windows and turning the thermostat down a degree.
Some stories are funny, like how they dropped a huge watertank onto one of their cut-away buses, of how members committed to a vow of poverty but would steal from petty cash to buy soft drinks and candy bars, or of how, when their spiritual leader, Stephen Gaskin, was in prison for drug offences, The Farm members declared a "grass-fast".