fleet

fleet
fli:t
noun
1) (a number of ships or boats under one command or sailing together: a fleet of fishing boats.) flota
2) (the entire navy of a country: the British fleet) armada
fleet n flota
the United States fleet la flota de los Estados Unidos
fleet
tr[fliːt]
noun
1 (of ships) flota
2 (of vehicles) flota, parque nombre masculino móvil
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SMALLIDIOMATIC EXPRESSION/SMALL
fleet admiral almirante nombre masculino de la flota
fleet ['fli:t] vi
: moverse con rapidez
fleet adj
swift: rápido, veloz
fleet n
: flota f
fleet
adj.
flota adj.
ligero, -a adj.
rápido, -a adj.
veloz adj.
n.
armada s.f.
escuadra s.f.
flota s.f.

I fliːt
noun
a) (naval unit, body of shipping) flota f
b) (navy) armada f
c) (of cars) parque m móvil, flota f

II
adjective (liter) veloz, raudo (liter)

fleet of foot — de pies ligeros (liter)


I
[fliːt]
N
1) (Aer, Naut) flota f

the British fleet — la armada británica

Fleet Air Arm — (Brit) Fuerzas fpl Aéreas de la Armada

2) [of cars, coaches etc] parque m (móvil)

II
[fliːt]
poet ADJ (compar fleeter) (superl fleetest) (also: fleet-footed, fleet of foot) veloz
* * *

I [fliːt]
noun
a) (naval unit, body of shipping) flota f
b) (navy) armada f
c) (of cars) parque m móvil, flota f

II
adjective (liter) veloz, raudo (liter)

fleet of foot — de pies ligeros (liter)


English-spanish dictionary. 2013.

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