An armoured fighting vehicle, armed with a gun in a turret, and moving on caterpillar tracks. (noun)
A reservoir or dam. (noun)
A large metal container, usually placed near a wind-driven water pump, in an animal pen or field. By extension a small pond for the same purpose. (noun)
A very muscular and physically imposing person. Somebody who is built like a tank. (noun)
In online and offline role-playing games, a character designed primarily around damage absorption and holding the attention of the enemy with offensive power as a close secondary consideration. (noun)
To fail or fall (often used in describing the economy or the stock market); to degenerate or decline rapidly; to plummet. (verb)
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. (verb)
To put fuel into a tank (verb)
To deliberately lose a sports match with the intent of gaining a perceived future competitive advantage. (verb)
Examples of word tank
The separation of Atlantis from the main tank is AWESOME.
Does this mean wars now have referees who decide whether or not a tank is allowed to go into battle?
You'll know precisely how full the tank is at all times.
After while however weapons must be matched — the best defense against a tank is another tank.
And he was -- so he was treated to maintain the function of his lungs, and then we took him into what we call the tank room, and cleaned up his wounds, took off the dead tissue and so forth, and put him in a white cream that we use, an antibiotic cream.