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vat in Industry topic

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishvatvat /væt/ noun [countable]  TIa very large container for storing liquids in
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vatRiini who police say strangles his victims and dissolves their corpses in vats of acid.She was denied food and sleep, shocked with electricity and dunked into vats of water until she nearly drowned.Mixing was done in open vats like large domestic food mixers.Along the wall in the back, pickle vats and ceramic elephants rested in crates.Clarets are aged in stainless steel vats or oak casks, and are bottled only when they are considered ready for sale.It was as if Lucie's pride had been purged away by standing in that vat of swirling morning mist.The filter was constructed as shown in the diagram and then stood on the wooden crosspieces on top of the vat.There was an earth floor and two old wooden vats.