After Rollerball tanked, things hit a snag for Klein, resulting in a two-year gap in his acting resume from 2003-05.
This was after Lehman tanked and Bank of America got stuck with Merrill.
Indeed, my afternoon mental focus after a run was about 11% higher, compared to a healthy lunch that tanked my mind by about 9%.
What about Will Ferrell and Land of the Lost, which tanked?
He tanked with right-wing voters because he made the fatal error of showing some humanity to the children of illegal immigrants.
The substance of her answer was, that she could do everything under the sun, provided she were not “tanked” after.
In the ordinary morning ablutions they tanked without suffocating.
She visited the tanked one, found her in a cold room after it, shivering like ague, and her teeth chattering.
They tanked her cruel they did, and kept her under water till she was nigh gone.
He never could imbibe enough and, when tanked full, contentedly resigned to her the right to rule.
1610s, "pool or lake for irrigation or drinking water," a word originally brought by the Portuguese from India, ultimately from Gujarati tankh "cistern, underground reservoir for water," Marathi tanken, or tanka "reservoir of water, tank."
Perhaps from Sanskrit tadaga-m "pond, lake pool," and reinforced in later sense of "large artificial container for liquid" (1680s) by Portuguese tanque "reservoir," from estancar "hold back a current of water," from Vulgar Latin *stanticare (see stanch). But others say the Portuguese word is the source of the Indian ones.
Meaning "fuel container" is recorded from 1902. Military use originated 1915, partly as a code word, partly because they looked like benzene tanks. They were first used in action at Pozieres ridge, on the Western Front, Sept. 15, 1916. Slang meaning "detention cell" is from 1912.
"to lose or fail," 1976, originally in tennis jargon, but said there to be from boxing, from tank (n.) in some sense. Related: Tanked; tanking. Adjective tanked "drunk" is from 1893.
(also fish tank, fish bowl, holding tank) A detention cell; a jail cell: when he goes into the tank as a prisoner/ I'm in the fish tank. There are forty of us in the diagnostic center (entry form 1912+)