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fleet in Water topic

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishfleetfleet1 /fliːt/ ●●○ noun [countable] πŸ”Š πŸ”Š 1 TTWa group of ships, or all the ships in a navy πŸ”Š the US seventh fleet2 GROUP OF THINGSa group of vehicles that are controlled by one companyfleet of πŸ”Š a fleet of taxis
Examples from the Corpus
fleetβ€’ A year's preparation may have gone into the assembling of a fleet of warships and transport vessels.β€’ A fleet of more than 20 ambulances took the victims - believed to include several children - to hospital.β€’ Since then his fleet has swelled from 28 to 125, advertising products as disparate as detergent, pharmaceuticals and fans.β€’ We have the largest fleet of trucks in the state.β€’ The defect is said to be the first of its kind in Britain's fleet of nuclear-powered submarines.β€’ There are unconfirmed reports that the seventh fleet is moving into the area.β€’ The almighty dollar can rejuvenate the fleet of just about any airline.β€’ The ban was imposed on the grounds that dolphins were being killed by the tuna fleet.β€’ Transport workers are employed in all sectors of the economy, for example in manufacturing firms who operate vehicle fleets.