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fleet

noun [C]
 
 
/fliːt/
SHIPS a group of ships, or all of the ships in a country's navy
флот
The NavyBoats in general
VEHICLES a group of vehicles that are owned and controlled by one person or organization
автопарк
a fleet of aircraft/carsVehicles in general
Translations of “fleet”
in Korean 함대…
in Arabic أُسْطول…
in French flotte, marine…
in Italian flotta, flottiglia…
in Chinese (Traditional) 船隻, 船隊, (一國的)全部艦隊,海軍…
in Turkish gemi filosu, (deniz kuv.) savaş gemisi filosu, donanma…
in Polish flota, park…
in Spanish flota, armada…
in Portuguese frota, esquadra…
in German die Flotte…
in Catalan flota…
in Japanese 艦隊…
in Chinese (Simplified) 船只, 船队, (一国的)全部舰队,海军…
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