A ship, road vehicle, or aircraft for carrying liquids, esp. petroleum, in bulk
Member of a tank crew
oil tanker: a cargo ship designed to carry crude oil in bulk
a soldier who drives a tank
Aerial refueling, also called air refueling, in-flight refueling (IFR), air-to-air refueling (AAR) or tanking, is the process of transferring fuel from one aircraft (the tanker) to another (the receiver) during flight.
Tanker is the debut album by New Zealand band, Bailter Space, released in 1988. It features more minimalist playing and a less claustrophobic/dense overall sound than the band's later releases. The hyperkinetic song "Grader Spader" was released as a 12" single/EP.
A tanker (or tank ship or tankship) is a ship designed to transport liquids in bulk. Major types of tankship include the oil tanker, the chemical tanker, and the liquefied natural gas carrier.
Tankerness is a district in the St Andrews parish in Mainland, Orkney, Scotland.Wenham, Shiela "The East Mainland" in Omand (2003) p. 198 Essentially a peninsula, it is about south-east of Kirkwall and east of Kirkwall Airport. Ordnance Survey. Retrieved 15 July 2010. ...
(Tankers (with faces)) This article lists the rolling stock that has featured in the Thomas and Friends children's television series.
A vessel used to transport large quantities of liquid; Member of a tank crew, or of an armoured unit; A longboard
(Tankering) An operational procedure in which an aircraft is loaded with sufficient fuel to perform the following stage, with reserves considered. ...
(Tankers) A type of trailer in the shape of a large tank that is designed to handle liquid and dry bulk product. Some tankers are gravity fed through a top dome lid and emptied through a center or rear valve, while others are pumped or fed pneumatically. ...
(Tankers) are used to carry large shipments of liquids such as oil.
(Tankers) are used to transport crude oil and refined products in waterborne trade. The tankers can be used in either "clean" (light refined products such as gasoline and diesel fuel) or "dirty" (residual fuel and crude oil) trade. ...
A fire truck designed to carry water to fires, usually 1,000 gallons or more; it is also equipped with a pump.
An oceangoing ship specially designed to haul liquid bulk cargo in world trade, particularly oil.
A ship constructed or adapted primarily to carry oil in bulk.
Large ship used to carry a variety of goods, including petroleum products, chemicals and foodstuffs.
a tanker is a bulk carrier designed to transport liquid cargo, most often petroleum products. Oil tankers vary in size from small coastal vessels of 1,000 tons deadweight, through medium-sized ship of 60,000 tons to the giant VLCCs (very large crude carriers).
An aircraft equipped to carry water or fire retardant for use in wildland fire suppression. Archaic: see "Tender", below.
Truck, semi-trailer, or trailer with a tank body for hauling liquids.
An enclosed cylinder- shaped tank used for hauling bulk quantities of liquid
Tanker: water tender apparatus with at least (2) persons on board, carrying at least 1000 gallons of water. Some engines also qualify as tankers.
Double-hulled ships specifically designed to handle the low temperature of LNG, insulated to limit the amount of LNG that boils off. LNG carriers are up to 1000 feet long, and require a minimum water depth of 40 feet when fully loaded.
Carries liquid commodities (oil, etc.).
Vehicle that transports cold asphalt or hot asphalt to job site.