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navy

noun /ˈneivi/ ( plural navies)
a country’s warships and the people who work in and with them Russia has one of the largest navies in the world I joined the navy fifteen years ago. (also adjective ) (also navy blue) (of) a dark blue colour/color
azul marino
a navy (blue) jersey These sweatshirts come in white or navy (blue).
naval adjective of the navy
naval
a naval uniform a naval officer.
(Definition of navy from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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