empty the tank

empty the tank

To contribute, expend, or put forth the utmost of one's effort, ability, and/or energy. The veteran singer still empties the tank at each and every one of his performances. All right, ladies. There's two minutes left and we need four more points to win the game, so go out there and empty the tank!
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They've got to get back to doing the basics outstandingly well then empty the tank of everything at home to London Irish.
The tank was equipped with a pumping motor to full and empty the tank with the smuggled diesel.
We have closed the leakage after arresting it and now it will be taken to the plant where we'll empty the tank.
We will empty the tank today and hopefully we can put together a good performance that will satisfy us over the summer.
We will empty the tank on Saturday and hopefully we can put together a good performance that will satisfy us over the summer.
The 22 in/hg rotary-vane pump allows the operator to work over 200 feet from the unit, vacuum greater volumes more quickly and the ability to empty the tank quicker and easier.
For water tanks, Silver says it is a fairly routine procedure for his men to empty the tank, go into it, flush it and scrub it with disinfectant.
Its steam tube isn't as flexible or easy to detach, but it is easier to fill and empty the tank, thanks to a big screw cap.
The problems were twofold, as he explains: ``We had to spread slurry every two months over winter just to empty the tank.
This system, which we designed, permits us to quickly empty the tank from above the site of the rupture which also reduces pressure of the oil leaking," Mr.
I always go out aiming to empty the tank from the start anyway.
The lion-hearted centre-half believes his side will play without fear against Spain and empty the tank to get a result that can save their championship.
We have to empty the tank and ensure we give 110 per cent.
They are going to empty the tank and we have to be ready.