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navy

noun
 
 
/ˈneɪvi/
the Navy B2 ships and soldiers used for fighting wars at sea: to be in the navy to join the navyThe NavyThe armed forces generally
B1 [U] ( also navy blue,
 
 
)
a very dark blue colour
Less common coloursCommon colours
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