An artificial reservoir or tank for holding water, beer, or other liquids.
A natural reservoir; a hollow place containing water.
artificial, often underground, reservoir for storing water
the area in which water is held for flushing of the toilet. Sometimes known as tank or closet.
The part of the toilet that stores the water for flushing.
an underground tank or pipe to collect storm water runoff from catch basins prior to discharge into sewer systems. Cisterns are used to store and slowly release storm water from residential areas into the combined sewer system until the threat of CSOs has passed.
A fixed container for holding water at atmospheric pressure. It is normally fitted with a float operated valve and warning pipe.
A covered pool or tank for holding collected rainwater.
A pit dug in the ground for the storage of water, particularly rainwater. [ Picture
The top part of the toilet that holds the water
a tank that holds the water used to flush a toilet
an artificial reservoir for storing liquids; especially an underground tank for storing rainwater
a in ground holding tank for water
a large container in which water is stored
a large tank
a large water storage vault underground which holds rainwater or water that has been pumped into it for storage
an excellent device for storing water
an underground room for holding water
an underground tank to hold a supply of fresh water
an underground water tank)
a pit or container than can hold a large amount of rainwater
a reservoir for holding water (spirit)
a special outdoor vault, something like a well, that you can build and use for storing your water supply
a storage tank for water
a tank or hole in the ground lined with cement, used for storing water
a tank (usually underground) for storing hauled water and/or rain water which has been collected from a roof or other catchment area
a vessel used to collect and store water for later use
a water tank that is used to store water from your well
a watertight, traditionally underground reservoir that is filled with rainwater draining from the roof of a building
A tank to catch and store rainwater.
a tank for catching and storing rainwater Go back
A small, covered tank, usually placed underground, in which potable water is stored for household purposes.()
A nutrient tank located below ground level so that the solution can return by gravity
A tank used to collect rainwater runoff from the roof of a house or building.
The cistern is the water tank at the back of a toilet suite. The water is released from the cistern to "flush" the toilet.
Reservoir for water. Common in houses built prior to the fifties in the Midwest.
A non-pressurized tank, usually underground, for storing water.
An artifical reservoir for storing water. A toilet tank. This term is usually used in England. (Picture)
Small tank or storage facility used to store water for a home or farm; often used to store rain water.
structure used to store rain water; two brick structures primarily underground are located at the rear of the Shadows
Tank for storing water - usually located in the attic.
Large reservoirs normally located beneath the squares in the forts for storing rainwater. These were fed by channels located in the upper parts of the forts at the base of the interior walls and supplied the water needs of the garrison.
A tank used to store rainwater.
A TANK TO CATCH AND STORE RAIN WATER.
Receptacle for storing water. A decorative cistern rounds out the offering of the Alouette collection from Kohler's Artist Editions portfolio.
A water reservoir.
Rainwater storage tank, sometimes underground. Also a rarely used term for the water closet in old fashioned bathrooms.
A water storage container, usually below grade level, for emergency use including fire protection.
Rainwater storage tank, often underground.