A large vessel, such as a tub, cistern, or barrel, used to hold or store liquids. (noun)
To put into or treat in a vat. (verb-transitive)
Examples of word vat
Have fun you will find that a vat is a lonely place for a brain
Cloth steeped in the vat is also green until contact with the air, when it immediately becomes a good blue: Introduction of acids changes the direction of the pores in the fibers, allowing only the blue rays pass.
La la, the salt vat is no place for my kissed lips and love - lavished body.
The indigo vat is subject to two significant problems, he found.
It clearly states shipping and vat is included in the price.