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“More photos and interactive graphics The brawny combat robot, made by QinetiQ North America, a unit of the U.K.'s QinetiQ Group PLC, rolls on tank-like treads.”
“The reviews suggest the build is good; not as good as the tank-like Lenovos, but good enough.”
“A Zamboni is that huge tank-like thing they drive around to even out the ice during halftime at a hockey game.”
“A second storm-chasing team was shown weaving in and out of traffic in its tank-like vehicle on a rain-soaked interstate in an attempt to get ahead of a developing storm.”
“In a different episode, this same team crashed its tank-like vehicle into a ditch after racing at unsafe speeds on a wet, muddy, and slippery two-lane roadway, ignoring the safety of anyone else.”
“Go for low and you're a sitting target to the gigantic tank-like war machines pointing out at your forces.”
“It wasn't the first time the tank-like vehicle saved his life.”
“But this week, with alternate side of the street parking in full effect, Mr. Casey's eight-ton, tank-like, souped-up Dodge Ram 3500 pickup truck has been parked like a regular commuter car on the Upper West Side, "wherever we can find a spot," he said.”
“The U.S.-made Packbots, which resemble drafting lamps on tank-like treads, also were briefly sent into Unit 2 on Monday, officials said, and the radiation level was found to be a much lower 4.1 millisieverts per hour.”
“On Sunday, a plant worker opened an outer door to one of the buildings and two Packbots, which resemble drafting lamps on tank-like treads, entered.”
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With "-like" you can basically make an adjective from any noun. Does it mean that there are more adjectives than nouns in English?
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