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English Meaning(s) for タンク

  1. tank (of liquid)
  2. tank (military vehicle)

Definition and Synonyms for タンク

Cistern an artificial reservoir for storing liquids
Synonyms: タンク, 水槽
Tank a large (usually metallic) vessel for holding gases or liquids
Synonyms: タンク, 貯蔵タンク
Tank an enclosed armored military vehicle
Synonyms: タンク, 戦車
Tank as much as a tank will hold
Synonyms: タンク
Cistern especially an underground tank for storing rainwater
Synonyms: タンク, 水槽
Tank has a cannon and moves on caterpillar treads
Synonyms: タンク, 戦車

Categories タンク is a member of

Armoured Vehicle a vehicle that is protected by armor plate
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Pool an excavation that is (usually) filled with water
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Reservoir tank used for collecting and storing a liquid (as water or oil)
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Vessel an object used as a container (especially for liquids)
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Military Vehicle vehicle used by the armed forces
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Tracked Vehicle a self-propelled vehicle that moves on tracks
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Containerful the quantity that a container will hold
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Stroke Order Diagrams for タンク

Sample Sentences for タンク

If you go to a baseball game today, sellers are walking around with hot-water tanks.
The tank has a capacity of fifty-gallons.
There's little water in the tank, if any.
I fell back on the reserve tank when the gas ran out.
At the games they were sold by men who kept them warm in hot-water tanks.

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