a) An oil tanker
b) An oil well

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  • oiler — [oi′lər] n. 1. a person who oils machinery, engines, etc. 2. a device for oiling machinery, etc.; specif., OILCAN 3. a tanker for carrying oil, esp. one used to refuel other ships ☆ 4. [Old Informal] an oilskin coat …   English World dictionary

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  • Oiler Park — Former names Texas League Park (1934 1961) Driller Park (1977 1980) Location Tulsa, Oklahoma Opened July 11, 1934 Closed 1980 Demolished 1980 …   Wikipedia

  • Oiler (occupation) — Arnold R. Fesser, oiler, 17 years at sea: We got a big job to do until this war is won. We will keep them sailing until the end. Then we have got time for holidays. October 14, 1944. An oiler is a worker whose main job is to oil machinery. In… …   Wikipedia

  • oiler — A naval or merchant tanker specially equipped and rigged for replenishing other ships at sea …   Military dictionary

  • oiler — noun Date: circa 1846 1. a person who oils something 2. a receptacle or device for applying oil 3. plural oilskin 3 4. an auxiliary naval vessel used for refueling at sea …   New Collegiate Dictionary

  • oiler — /oy leuhr/, n. 1. a person or thing that oils. 2. a worker employed to oil machinery. 3. any of several devices, other than pressure devices, for feeding lubricating oil to a bearing. 4. an oilcan. 5. Often, oilers. an oilskin garment, esp. a… …   Universalium

  • oiler — to follow any noun. Not a form of pig latin, but to be used the same way. I just saw that caroiler. Let s go get a cupoiler of coffee …   Dictionary of american slang

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