Definition of Hot-water tank

1. Noun. A heater and storage tank to supply heated water.

Exact synonyms: Hot-water Heater, Water Heater
Generic synonyms: Heater, Warmer, Storage Tank, Tank
Specialized synonyms: Water Back



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Hot-water Tank

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hot-spirited
hot-stopping
hot-stove
hot-swap
hot-swappable
hot-tempered
hot-to-trot
hot-tub
hot-tubbed
hot-tubbing
hot-tubs
hot-water bag
hot-water bottle
hot-water heater
hot-water tank (current term)
hot-wire
hot-wired
hot-work steel
hot-working
hot Jupiter
hot Jupiters
hot abscess
hot air
hot air balloon
hot air balloons
hot and bothered(p)
hot and cold
hot and heavy

Literary usage of Hot-water tank

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1. Public Utilities Reports by Henry Clifford Spurr, Ellsworth Nichols, Public Utilities Reports, inc (1920)
"... gallon hot water tank, per season $8.25 gross 20 gallon hot water tank, per season 11.00 gross 30 gallon hot water tank, per season 14.75 gross 40 ..."

2. International Library of Technology: A Series of Textbooks for Persons by International Textbook Company (1906)
"The hot-water tank is supplied at the bottom from the cold-water tank through the pipe provided with the check-valve k. The hot-water supply pipes / ..."

3. The Encyclopaedia Britannica: A Dictionary of Arts, Sciences, Literature and (1910)
"Chantry Incubator (Sheffield) is also an incubator with a hot- water tank, the circulation of which is maintained by an outside boiler. ..."

4. The Mechanics' Magazine (1856)
"At the side of the hot water tank there is a glass water-guage, and, if desired, a thermometer. The exhaust steam passes from the steam cylinder into the ..."

5. Domestic Sanitary Engineering and Plumbing by Frank W. Raynes (1920)
"To arrive at the required capacity of a hot-water tank it is better to first ascertain the volume of hot water at a high temperature, which will produce ..."

6. Domestic Sanitary Engineering and Plumbing: Dealing with Domestic Water by Frank W. Raynes (1909)
"To arrive at the required capacity of a hot-water tank it is better to first ascertain the volume of hot water at a. high temperature, which will produce ..."

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