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navy

noun   /ˈneɪ·vi/
( plural navies) the part of a country’s armed forces that is trained to operate at sea marina de guerra, armada My brother is an officer in the Navy. He joined the Norwegian navy in 1942.
navy blue azul marino
(Definition of navy from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

navy

noun /ˈneivi/ ( plural navies)
a country’s warships and the people who work in and with them marina 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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