a jail cell for temporarily holding prisoners, as in a police station.
A tank, usually for holding water, elevated high above the ground by a tall skeleton framework.
as much as a tank will hold
a cell for violent prisoners
a dirt hole in the ground that holds drinkin' water for your cows
a dirt hole that holds water for irrigation, watering the cows, or swimming
A tank is a container used to hold chemicals for processing negatives. The lid of the tank allows chemicals to enter and leave without allowing light reaching the negatives.
a depression formed for the purpose of holding water, usually natural water such as rain water or intermittent stream water. Used mostly in the southwest.
Part of the water heater that holds the stored hot water. Constructed of welded steel and glass lined to prevent corrosion.