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flagship

noun  /ˈflæɡˌʃɪp/ us  

flagship noun (SHIP)

[C] the ship among a group of ships on which the most important officer sails

flagship noun (BEST ONE)

[C usually sing] the best or most important thing among a group: The retail chain has its flagship in New York and branches in 19 states.
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