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Chinese (Traditional) translation of “fleet”

fleet

noun [C] (SHIPS)
船隻
 
 
/fliːt/
a group of ships, or all of the ships in a country's navy
船隊;(一國的)全部艦隊,海軍
a fleet of 20 sailing ships
一支由20艘帆船組成的船隊
a fishing fleet
捕魚船隊
The British fleet sailed from Southampton early this morning.
英國海軍艦隊今天清晨從南安普敦啓航。
The NavyBoats in general
(Definition of fleet noun (SHIPS) from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Traditional) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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