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fleet

noun [C]
 
 
/fliːt/ TRANSPORT
a number of cars, buses, planes, etc. under the control of one person or organization: The company has around 1000 buses in its fleet. a fleet of 20 corporate jets a vehicle/aircraft/bus fleet car rental fleets
a group of boats or ships travelling together: a fleet of yachts
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