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fleets, plural;
  1. Fast and nimble in movement
    • - a man of advancing years, but fleet of foot
  1. Move or pass quickly
    • - a variety of expressions fleeted across his face
    • - time may fleet and youth may fade
  2. Pass (time) rapidly

  3. Fade away; be transitory
    • - the cares of boyhood fleet away
  1. A marshland creek, channel, or ditch

  1. group of aircraft operating together under the same ownership
  2. flit: move along rapidly and lightly; skim or dart; "The hummingbird flitted among the branches"
  3. moving very fast; "fleet of foot"; "the fleet scurrying of squirrels"; "a swift current"; "swift flight of an arrow"; "a swift runner"
  4. evanesce: disappear gradually; "The pain eventually passed off"
  5. a group of warships organized as a tactical unit
  6. (fleetly) swiftly: in a swift manner; "she moved swiftly"
  7. Bisacodyl (INN) is a stimulant laxative drug. It is typically prescribed for relief of constipation and for the management of neurogenic bowel dysfunction as well as part of bowel preparation before medical examinations, such as for a colonoscopy. ...
  8. A fleet, or naval fleet, is a large formation of warships, and the largest formation in any navy. A fleet at sea is the direct equivalent of an army on land.
  9. A group of vessels or vehicles; A number of vessels in company, especially war vessels; also, the collective naval force of a country, etc; Any command of vessels exceeding a squadron in size, or a rear-admiral's command, composed of five sail-of-the-line, with any number of smaller vessels; ...
  10. (Fleets) Maritime Forces Atlantic • Maritime Forces Pacific
  11. Any group of means of transport acting together or under one control.
  12. To see a large fleet moving rapidly in your dreams, denotes a hasty change in the business world. Where dulness oppressed, brisk workings of commercial wheels will go forward and some rumors of foreign wars will be heard.
  13. From the Anglo-Saxon "floet," or  "floetan."  An organization of ships, aircraft, Marines, and shore based activities all under one commander. Even numbered fleets are in the Atlantic area and odd numbered fleets operate in the Pacific area.   Also, a term for all naval operating forces.
  14. All of the vehicles that are owned or operated by a transit authority
  15. The vehicles in a transport system. Usually, "fleet" refers to highway vehicles, rail vehicles as well as ships.
  16. a group of twenty (20) or more taxicabs having a uniform color scheme and having unified control by ownership or by association.
  17. a number of warships commanded by one captain
  18. Under IRP, one or more apportionable vehicles.
  19. A general term meaning the ships of a navy.
  20. flota; ligero; rápido; veloz; pasar velozmente; volar; rozar; flotar
  21. All the vehicles owned by a company or other organization
  22. the largest operational unit of naval ships organized for tactical or other purposes (eg: PACFLT, LANTFLT) and grouped under the command of a single officer; see SQDN, FLOTILLA, FLAGSHIP, CHOP LINE. Also, to change or shift position; as derived from "float". ...
  23. is another word for skimmed. The verb describes the act of skimming.
  24. An organization of ships under one commander, usually an admiral.
  25. A group of boats with a common owner, purpose or use. The OCSC Sailing fleet is the group of 50 boats at our dock.