Noun(1) a sac or cavity containing fluid especially lymph or cerebrospinal fluid(2) a tank that holds the water used to flush a toilet(3) an artificial reservoir for storing liquids; especially an underground tank for storing rainwater
(1) Size the cistern to provide enough water storage for reasonably expected dry periods.(2) Here the buildings are more substantial, and were supplied by a large water cistern .(3) If all the canals are opened, how long will it take to fill the cistern ?(4) When you flush the toilet, the cistern refills by pumping the water through the tap on top of the toilet, so you can wash your hands as it refills.(5) Behind was a court, which provided light, and a place for a water cistern supplying a communal tap.(6) It is a water-saving device you fit in your toilet cistern so that less water is used for flushing.(7) When the bucket is full, I empty it into the toilet cistern .(8) One compromise is to build a unit around the toilet to hide the cistern and plumbing from view but this ├ö├ç├┐back to the wall├ö├ç├û unit will take up some potentially valuable space.(9) We have recently installed push button taps to stop dripping and wastage, and now they are looking at introducing water hogs for the toilet cistern to save on water.(10) In the corner of the room there is an iron cistern filled with water.(11) Rain flowing from the roof is collected in an underground cistern and reused.(12) But the resident must hand pump the water from the cistern to the barrel in advance.(13) The Court of Appeal held that although the escape of water was a consequence of the maintenance of the cistern and water supply by the landlord, it was not a breach of the covenant for quiet enjoyment.(14) The Japanese have gone one step further and installed hand-basins in the top of their cisterns so that the toilets are flushed with pre-used water.(15) Install half-flush cisterns in toilets so that the amount of water flushed down the drain can be reduced.(16) Everything they needed to survive was inside: stores of food, cisterns of water, and strategically-placed air holes.
1. tank ::
2. cisterna ::
3. water tank ::
Different Formscistern, cisterns
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